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sedimentologist

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  • n. A person involved in sedimentology.

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Examples

  • I still don't understand how that happened other than to think that somehow they didn' pay enough attention to the conference chair Andrew Miall - a noted clastic sedimentologist and maybe somebody the CSPG thought would be friendlier to their policy statement.

    It's always the third goddamn reviewer that screws us over

  • "We drill cores, just like a sedimentologist or an oil prospector on land," Macleod said.

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  • “Jurors who watch CSI believe that those scenarios, where forensic scientists are always right, are what really happens,” says Peter Bull, a forensic sedimentologist at the University of Oxford.

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  • Beth Caissie is a sedimentologist working on her doctorate in geosciences with renowned paleoclimatologist Julie Brigham-Grette, and in

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  • Beth Caissie is a sedimentologist working on her doctorate in geosciences with renowned paleoclimatologist Julie Brigham-Grette, and in 2009 she traveled to the Bering Sea as part of a National Science Foundation drilling voyage to secure core sediment samples up to 3 million years old.

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  • "I discovered the specimen which has an articulated skull, vertebrae and limb elements, whereas previously discovered material found by our research team of the same species in previous years was of isolated or incomplete elements," said Jinnah, who is a sedimentologist and an associate lecturer in the Wits School of Geosciences.

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  • Dunbar, a sedimentologist, scrutinizes the cores for evidence of past climate, which he can discern from data such as variations in the grain size of the sediments and their mineralogy.

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  • Reviewing the record, sedimentologist Christopher Fielding of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says that in its warmest periods Antarctica must have resembled Patagonia today, where winters average a few degrees below freezing and summertime highs occasionally reach 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Scientific American

  • Recently returned from a ground-breaking geological conference in Kazan, sedimentologist Guy Berthault will present the findings of several sedimentological studies conducted and published in Russia.

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  • The speakers at the meeting included a sedimentologist, a chemist, a physicist, the rector of the International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein, and other philosophers.

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