neoglaciation

neoglaciation
/nee'oh glay'shee ay"sheuhn, -see-/, n. Geol.
a phase of renewed glaciation associated with a readvance of ice sheets between the postglacial phase and the present.
[1950-55; NEO- + GLACIATION]

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