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ISBN: 0-691-00493-5 187 pp hardcover After WW II the invention of the piston corer revolutionized the study of the Earth by providing often continuous sedimentary records stretching back millions of years. Unlike land-based stratigraphy which characteristically discontinuous and focuses on terminal events that separate strata, the nature of deepsea cores opened the entire stratigraphic record to the geoscience community. What resulted from this study initially led to a revolution in ourdoi:10.1119/1.1427313 fatcat:z7twxqoeqjbfzhakbnvtesrgly