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Wolfgang Berger, oceanographer who helped reveal the history of the world's oceans, dies at 79

Wolfgang “Wolf” Berger, a Scripps Institution of Oceanography researcher whose big insights about tiny fossils helped reveal the history of the world’s oceans, has died at 79. The paleoceanographer died in San Diego on Aug. 6, Scripps said. A cause of death was not disclosed. For more than 40 years,...
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