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News Release 08-170

Paleozoic 'Sediment Curve' Provides New Tool for Tracking Sea-floor Sediment Movements

Follows sea-level rise and fall between 542 and 251 million years ago

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Photo of ancient sediments in Brittany, France.

Ancient sediments like these in Brittany, France, help reconstruct Paleozoic sea-level history.

Credit: Bil Haq, NSF


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Cover of October 3, 2008, issue of Science magazine.

The researchers' findings are published in the Oct. 3, 2008, issue of Science magazine.

Credit: Copyright 2008 AAAS


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