This talk will have two parts. In part one, I will describe
a nonlinear secular perturbation analysis that provides a
powerful method for constraining the locations of sub-jovian
mass planets and planetesimal debris belts in exo-planetary
systems known to harbor multiple jovian mass planets.
In part two, I will describe some new results on the long term
chaotic diffusion of resonant Kuiper Belt objects at the edge
of our Solar system.
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