North Sea sediment analysis helps scientists reconstruct ancient tsunami

Washington DC (UPI) Jul 16, 2020
By analyzing the sedimentary ancient DNA, sedaDNA, deposited on Doggerland, the landmass that once connected Britain and mainland Europe, researchers were able to reconstruct a tsunami that occurred 8,150 years ago. During the mid-holocene, a marine inundation swept away Doggerland, and Britain became separated from the mainland by the North Sea. To better understand the tsunami

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