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    Joseph Curray

    TitleEmeritus Professor
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentScripps Institution of Oceanography Department
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0220
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      1. Paull CK, Hecker B, Commeau R, Freeman-Lynde RP, Neumann C, Corso WP, Golubic S, Hook JE, Sikes E, Curray J. Biological communities at the Florida escarpment resemble hydrothermal vent taxa. Science. 1984 Nov 23; 226(4677):965-7. PMID: 17737352.
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      2. Schrader H, Kelts K, Curray J, Moore D, Aguayo E, Aubry MP, Einsele G, Fornari D, Gieskes J, Guerrero J, Kastner M, Lyle M, Matoba Y, Molina-Cruz A, Niemitz J, Rueda J, Saunders A, Simoneit B, Vaquier V. Laminated diatomaceous sediments from the guaymas basin slope (central gulf of california): 250,000-year climate record. Science. 1980 Mar 14; 207(4436):1207-9. PMID: 17776858.
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      3. Shepard FP, Curray J, Newman WA, Bloom AL, Newell ND, Tracey JI, Veeh HH. Holocene changes in sea level: evidence in micronesia. Science. 1967 Aug 04; 157(3788):542-4. PMID: 17801410.
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      4. Curray J, Moore DG, Belderson RH, Stride AH. Continental margin of Western europe: slope progradation and erosion. Science. 1966 Oct 14; 154(3746):265-6. PMID: 17810307.
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      5. Shepard FP, Curray J, Inman DL, Murray EA, Winterer EL, Dill RF. Submarine Geology by Diving Saucer: Bottom currents and precipitous submarine canyon walls continue to a depth of at least 300 meters. Science. 1964 Sep 04; 145(3636):1042-6. PMID: 17802190.
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