Definition of "paleoclimatology" [paleoclimatology]
The study of climatic conditions, and their causes and effects, in the geologic past, using evidence found in glacial deposits, fossils, and sediments.(noun)
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Use "paleoclimatology" in a sentence
"One fact about which general public is not aware: there are two climate sciences, the one called paleoclimatology, and the one more known due media hype - computer modelling of the present climate system."
"Fritts 2003, it has not been addressed in long-term paleoclimatology reconstructions."
"People make extravagant claims -- "As certain as gravity," says Al Gore -- about a branch of science, paleoclimatology, that is only 25 years old (the first textbook on paleoclimate came out in 1980)."