News: The journal Science has published the research article "Impact of Antarctic Circumpolar Current development on late Paleogene ocean structure" co-authored by Dr. Benjamin S. Cramer at Theiss Research. Please see the abstract of the article and the press release of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where the first author Miriam E. Katz is based.
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