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Re: Response II



In a message dated 6/3/01 9:53:59 AM EST, david.marjanovic@gmx.at writes:

<< Land can (slowly) rise and fall by hundreds of meters due to tectonic
 processes. The Bering land bridge may have been higher at that time -- and
 it was higher than today through much of the Cenozoic, when it contributed
 to extensive migration between the northern continents. >>

But there's no evidence that this was the case during Campanian-Maastrichtian 
time.