The Quaternary Period is the geologic time period after the Neogene Period roughly 2.588 million years ago to the present.
Information about the central institute of German polar research, its history, its facilities and research ships, and research topics related to geology and biology of the polar regions and world oceans.
Paleonenvironmental atlas of Beringia, an area covering easternmost Siberia and western Alaska.
Collaborators from several departments engaged in study of paleogeography, Quaternary history and stratigraphy, geoarcheology, palynology, paleontology, and related topics. Describes research, personnel, facilities, and activities.
Studies of climatology and paleoclimatology, glaciers, Quaternary geology, paleooceanography, paleoanthropology, and related areas.
Web site related to the NOVA television program about the big sweep and panorama of the Ice Age. Links to other resources.
Information about research in the analysis and modeling of climate changes and their impacts on ecosystems. Particular focus is on recent history in Canada and the Arctic.
Deglaciation and late Pleistocene animals and plants.
Archive for paleoclimate data, research, and education. Climate reconstructions and contributed data sets including: borehole data, climate forcing, corals, fauna, ice cores, insects, paleoclimate modeling, paleolimnology, paleoceanography, plant macrofossils, pollen, and tree ring.
Educational website to accompany TV program offers information about Antarctica and about how ice cores provide a record of the past. Discusses how the world's coastlines would recede if some or all of the Antarctic ice were to melt.
Information from Wikipedia on the Quaternary Period, the geologic time period after the Neogene Period continuing from about 2.6 million years ago to the present.
Information about student research, with numerous links.
Offers a multidisciplinary graduate certificate program allowing students to specialize in the study of the last few million years in earth's history, incorporating anthropology, geology, geography, biology, meteorology, and environmental science.
Book on the ice ages and how human intelligence evolved.
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