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The Rise and Fall of the American Rudists

04/10/2015 03:00 PM

Speaker Dr. Simon Mitchell is Professor of Sedimentary Geology at the University of the West Indies at Mona, Jamaica. His expertise is in mixed carbonate-clastic depositional systems, rudistid bivalve evolution, and Caribbean geology and hydrocarbon exploration.

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