New Delhi: This is official, we live in the era of Meghalaya. Scientists have created a new phase in the geological history of the Earth and named it Meghalayan, a stalagmite from a cave in Meghalaya, India, which helped define the climate events of 4,200 years ago, marking this stage. The beginning has continued to this day.
The Meghalaya era began with a massive global drought that destroyed the ancient agricultural civilization from Egypt to China. It is a period of time called the Hellenic Age, which reflects everything that happened over 11,700 years ago.
Since the agrarian society is intensifying in the process of geographical change, the first international immigrants in the Earth are immensely distinguished by the International Union of Geographical Sciences (IUGS), Stanley Finney. Evidence of climate events, including sediments from Meghalaya, was found in sediments on seven continents.
Over 200 years of drought in Egypt, Egypt, Greece, Syria, Palestine, Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley and the Yangas River.
Changes in the global climate may be triggered by changes in ocean and atmospheric circulation.
The committee then forwarded the proposals to their parent organization, IUGS, for consideration, and the IUGS Executive Committee voted unanimously to approve the proposals.
The other two ages – the Mid-Northern Holocene and the Early Holocene Era – were defined in the climate events of about 8,300 and 11,700 years ago, and were approved by the International Stratigraphic Committee, which is responsible for standardizing geological time scale.
Geologists divide the existence of 4.6 billion years on Earth into different periods. Each period corresponds to a major event, such as the division of the continent, changes in climate, and the emergence of specific types of animal and plant life.
The units of these geological time scales are based on sedimentary formations that accumulate over time, including sediment types, fossils and chemical isotopes, recording the passage of time and the physical and biological events that produce them.
The three new eras of the Holocene era are represented by a large number of sediments that are found throughout the seabed, lake bottoms, glaciers, and calcite layers in stalactites and stalagmites.
The age-based separation of the sedimentary strata is called the stage, and the three new stages of the hierarchy together form the Holocene series.
The specific levels of the Greenland ice nucleus and the Greenland ice nucleus define the lower bounds of Greenland and Northern Gripping. The stable boundary in the northeastern Indian is defined as the lower limit of the Megalayan platform.
Ice sculptures and stalagmites have been identified as international geological standards and are being safeguarded for further study.