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25 It may be concluded that tectonics and climate (and therefore eustasy), interact to such a degree in sequence generation, so that discrimination between these factors becomes not only difficult, but to some extent irrelevant. What really matters, in terms of predictive potential, is the understanding of sequence upbuilding within the particular basin fill, and the integration of this understanding as an additional piece in the geological knowledge of the area. 'The authors wish to thank Tom Dreyer and Kjell-Owe Hager for the review of the manuscript, and for their sensible and useful suggestions.