Celostni pristop k preučevanju kvartarnih eolskih kalkarenitov za poznavanje pretekle spremenljivosti podnebja // A combined approach to the study of Quaternary aeolian calcarenites for understanding the palaeoclimate

Matej Lipar

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/GV90105

Abstract

Članek obravnava teoretski pogled na preučevanje kvartarnih eolskih kalkarenitov in njegov pomen za poznavanje pretekle spremenljivosti podnebja. Znanje o preteklem podnebju je glavni temelj za modeliranje in napovedovanje prihodnjih podnebnih sprememb, zato je pomembno, da je na regionalni in globalni ravni čim bolj kvalitetno ter zanesljivo. Osredotočanje zgolj na en pokazatelj podnebja pomeni tveganje pri interpretaciji, saj se ta neposredno ne navezuje na ostale naravne pokazatelje v isti regiji ali pa ponuja zgolj omejen časovni okvir preteklega podnebja. Celostni pristop raziskovanja podnebnih pokazateljev eolskih kalkarenitov ponuja časovno neprekinjeno informacijo podatkov, ki s kombinacijo različnih metod poveča zanesljivost in kvaliteto znanja o pretekli spremenljivosti podnebja.

 

The paper deals with a theoretical view point of studying Quaternary aeolian calcarenites and its importance for knowledge of the past climate. Understanding palaeoclimate is fundamental for climate modelling and predicting future climatic changes, thus it needs to be complete, of a good quality and reliable on regional and global scales. Focussing only on one palaeoclimatic indicator brings risk with interpreting due to the lack of connective processes of the same region, or it is limited only to one limited time-frame. A combined approach to the study of palaeoclimatic indicators of aeolian calcarenites offers continual information of past climate, which, in combination with several methods, improves reliability and quality of the knowledge of the past climate.

Keywords

kras; eolski kalkareniti; paleopodnebje; podnebje; metodologija // karst; aeolian calcarenites; palaeoclimate; climate; methodology

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