Thanks Peter, Yes, I recognised the paper (and a fragment is in the documents section here), but the French forum offers a few "breadcrumb" trails to follow -beatsy1
Beats, This is the same paper which I sent you an English translation of some time back. The problem with trying to asses the Saint Laurent deposition rate ispeter_m_macdonald
Hi Brian, the translations of Google perform shall me :) First skim doesn't show any deposition rate (or depth/age) topics - but all very interestingbeatsy1
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