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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSP27 The Messinian desiccation of the Mediterranean Sea, its causes, phenomena and consequences (co-listed in CL & TS)

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Meijer, P.Th.; Krijgsman, W.
Quantitative studies of the Messinian Salinity Crisis

Hübscher, C.; Netzeband, G.; Gajewski, D.
Structural evolution of messinian evaporites in the levantine basin

Rouchy, J.M.
Physiographic constraints on evaporite deposition: A key-point for the interpretation of the Messinian Salinity Crisis

Pierre, C.; Caruso, A. ; Blanc-Valleron, M.-M.; Rouchy, J.M. ; Orszag-Sperber, F.
Paleoenvironmental changes at the Miocene-Pliocene Boundary in the Mediterranean from high resolution studies along a West-East transect

Gillet, H.; Lericolais, G.; Rehault, J.P.
Evidences of the Messinian erosional surface in the Black Sea

Bertoni, C.; Cartwright, J.
Synthesis of the evolution of the late Miocene evaporites in the Levant region (Eastern Mediterranean): new insights from 3D seismic data (withdrawn)

Govers, R.; Meijer, P. Th; Krijgsman, W.
Solid earth response to complete dessication of the Mediterranean as predicted from a 3D regional isostasy model

Mart, Y.; Ryan, W.B.F
Flow and dissolution of Messinian salt along the eastern margin of the Levant Basin: deciphering enigmatic structures

Kirk-Davidoff, D; Cokley, S
Modeling the climate impacts of the messinian desiccation

Loget, N.; Van Den Driessche, J.
On the origin of the strait of Gibraltar

Maillard, A.; Thinon, I.; Eclipse team, and
Identical seismic markers of the Messinian Salinity Crisis within the intermediate depth type basins (Valence Basin and East-Corsica Basin)?

Cornee, J.J.; Münch, Ph.; Mauffret, A.; Quillevere, F.; Conesa, G.; Gorini, C.; Ammar, A.
Onshore and offshore view of the Mellila and Boudinar Basins (Morocco)

Reis, A.T.; Gorini, C.; Mauffret, A.; Vendeville, B.; Weibul, W.W.; Mepen, M.; Di Lello, M.; Stratievsky, C.
Impact of the Messinian subsalt morphology on the structural evolution of salt tectonics off the Gulf of Lions, Western Mediterranean

Gorini, C.; Rabineau, M.; Olivet, J.L.; Aslanian, D.; G.D.R. Marge Golfe du Lion Team
What are we expecting from a deep drilling in the Gulf of Lion ?

Flecker, R.; Gladstone , R.; Valdes , P.J.; Markwick , P.
Quantifying Late Miocene fluvial run-off to the Mediterranean and assessing its effect on the Messinian Salinity Crisis

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