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- Some facets of the Geology of Diamonds
- A harder look at the geology of diamonds
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- The Grampian / Taconic orogeny in Ireland – when arcs attack
- Scandinavian crust now in Alaska!
- When continents rotate
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- Chris: Hi Simon thank you for your fast reply, maybe the point is that you mean here “This portion of... (1 day 12 hours ago)
- Metageologist: Hi Chris, Maybe I could have phrased things better. The subducting slab is recent (100Ma) so... (1 day 14 hours ago)
- Chris: At first nice article but I think there are 2 inaccuracies in your article: 1. “The ultrabasic... (1 day 16 hours ago)
- Metageologist: I’ve replied on the Sci Am site, but some more thoughts here. The arguments for a... (9 days 6 hours ago)
- Torbjörn Larsson, OM: Ah, I meant to say that anoxygenic photosynthesis was consistent with the Isua finds. I... (9 days 7 hours ago)
- Torbjörn Larsson, OM: For some reason I had managed to notice most of the sulfur works, but not the diamond... (9 days 7 hours ago)
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