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Seesaw Tectonics vs. Eustasy: deconvolving tectono-climatic signals in deep-marine siliciclastics

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Kevin has been looking at marine sediment to tease apart geological signals that may have originated from either tectonic uplift and subsidence, and signals of climatic variation resulting in a higher global sea level.

Kevin has recently had his findings published in Geology and will be giving us an overveiw of these results.

As usual, refreshments provided. Everybody welcome!

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