Category Archives: paper reviews

Neoproterozoic signs of life

Whilst the the dawn of the Cambrian clearly marked the diversification of mobile, active animals and biomineralisers, the story of their first origins appear to have begun much earlier.
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Categories: fossils, geology, paper reviews, past worlds, Proterozoic

Anne’s picks of the December literature

Recently published hydrogeology and geomorphology papers that make my heart sing
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Categories: by Anne, climate science, geochemistry, geomorphology, hydrology, paper reviews, planets

8 streams reversing

On the 8th day of Christmas my true love sent to me…
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Categories: geology, geomorphology, paper reviews, tectonics

My picks of the November literature

Here are some of my favorite articles from the past month. They reflect an amalgamation of my research, teaching, and personal interests and are only a sampling of the neat hydrogeology, geomorphology, and climate science research that has been recently published.
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Categories: by Anne, paper reviews

Lots of oxygen on the Archean Earth?

New evidence for the early evolution of photosynthesis: was the early Earth really as oxygen-free as we think it was?
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Categories: Archean, geochemistry, geology, paper reviews, past worlds, rocks & minerals