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Scientists Dig Deep Sea Dirt Collection

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Scientists Dig Deep Sea Dirt Collection

Scientists Dig Deep Sea Dirt Collection

Scientists Dig Deep Sea Dirt Collection

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In the basement of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory is the world's largest collection of mud from the seafloor. Marine geologist Peter deMenocal and Rusty Lotti Bond, the collection's curator, show off the collection and explain what it's good for.

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