Noah not in the Black Sea-article details

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Date: Mon Dec 16 2002 - 18:40:04 EST

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    A couple of people asked for a full reference, so I will go ahead and
    send it to the list:

    Aksu, A. E. and R. N. Hiscott. 2002. Erratum. GSA Today, v. 12, no.
    12, p. 10. This erratum for Aksu et al. (2002. Persistent Holocene
    outflow from the black Sea to the eastern Mediterranean contradicts
    Noah's Flood hypothesis. GSA Today, v. 12, no. 5, p. 4-10.) notes
    several other references agreeing with Aksu et al. that they had
    overlooked. They cite Algan et al. 2001. Geo-Marine Letters, v. 20,
    p. 209-218, Cagatay et al. 2000. Marine Geology v. 167, p. 191-206,
    and Gorur et al. 2001. Marine Geology, v. 176, p. 65-73. I am not
    attempting to reproduce the diacritical marks on the Turkish names.

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