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Noah's flood

Nature volume 430, pages 718719 (12 August 2004) | Download Citation

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Did a great flood once surge into the Black Sea, forming the basis of a Biblical tale? Quirin Schiermeier investigates a computer model that has added weight to the idea.

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  1. Quirin Schiermeier is Nature's German correspondent.

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