Holocene temperature in the Iberian Peninsula reconstructed studying insect subfossils — The Archaeology News Network

Remains of chironomid subfossils, a type of insects similar to mosquitoes, were used in a study by researchers from the University of Barcelona, the Pyrenean Ecology Institute (IPE-CSIC), and the University of Bern, to reconstruct the temperature of the Iberian Peninsula in the Holocene, the geological period that goes from 11,000 years ago until now.…

via Holocene temperature in the Iberian Peninsula reconstructed studying insect subfossils — The Archaeology News Network

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