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Mori Fibrations in Mixed Characteristic

  title={Mori Fibrations in Mixed Characteristic},
  author={Liam Stigant},
This paper resolves several outstanding questions regarding the Minimal Model Program for klt threefolds in mixed characteristic. Namely termination for pairs which are not pseudo-effective, finiteness of minimal models and the Sarkisov Program. 
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