Sorry for the sparse posting over the past few days – I’m about to depart on a trip back to my homeland, and because it’s not just a holiday this time – I’m doing some lab work – I had some preparatory work to get through. Cutting lots of rock samples down into teeny tiny cubes so they’ll fit in the machine I’m going to be using was a little bit fiddly and time-consuming, as it turned out.
Once I’ve set up back in the UK, I shall return with geopuzzly answers and other rambling. Stay tuned.
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