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February 19, 2009


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Excellent post, as usual!

Amazing complex information from tiny grains of rock. Even the most mundane and miniscule has a story to tell us when we "dig" deep enough!

Nice stuff ... I have a paper in review right now about detrital zircons from the Magallanes Basin in Patagonia ... these little grains are indeed incredibly useful for reconstructing the ancient Earth.

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