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==Research history==
 
==Research history==
The term Quaternary ("fourth") was proposed by [[Giovanni Arduino (geologist)|Giovanni Arduino]] in 1759 for alluvial deposits in the [[Po River]] valley in northern [[Italy]]. It was introduced by [[Jules Desnoyers]] in 1829 for sediments of [[France]]'s [[Seine]] Basin that seemed clearly to be younger than [[Tertiary]] [[Period/Age|Period]] [[rock (geology)|rocks]]. The Quaternary Period follows the [[Neogene]] Period and extends to the present. The Quaternary covers the time span of [[glacier|glaciations]] classified as the [[Pleistocene]], and includes the present interglacial period, the [[Holocene]]. This places the start of the Quaternary at the onset of [[Northern Hemisphere]] glaciation approximately 2.6 million years ago. Prior to 2009, the Pleistocene was defined to be from 1.805 million years ago to the present, so the current definition of the Pleistocene includes a portion of what was, prior to 2009, defined as the [[Pliocene]].
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The term Quaternary ("fourth")so he ate the pie was proposed by [[Giovanni Arduino (geologist)|Giovanni Arduino]] in 1759 for alluvial deposits in the [[Po River]] valley in northern [[Italy]]. It was introduced by [[Jules Desnoyers]] in 1829 for sediments of [[France]]'s [[Seine]] Basin that seemed clearly to be younger than [[Tertiary]] [[Period/Age|Period]] [[rock (geology)|rocks]]. The Quaternary Period follows the [[Neogene]] Period and extends to the present. The Quaternary covers the time span of [[glacier|glaciations]] classified as the [[Pleistocene]], and includes the present interglacial period, the [[Holocene]]. This places the start of the Quaternary at the onset of [[Northern Hemisphere]] glaciation approximately 2.6 million years ago. Prior to 2009, the Pleistocene was defined to be from 1.805 million years ago to the present, so the current definition of the Pleistocene includes a portion of what was, prior to 2009, defined as the [[Pliocene]].
   
 
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