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The Ediacaran saw creatures grow Diversify as animals evolved. But Cambrian descendants do not show A lineage, preserved or else dissolved. A missing fossil yearns to be dug up. The flinders ranges burn to tell their tale Trace fossils, both a spicule and a cup Mean evolutionary theories can prevail. Coronacollina was once a sponge With opaline supports to hold it flat Choia’s ancestor
The vast caldera of the Yellowstone Erupts siliceous ash from time to time. It’s far from the Cascade subduction zone Therefore, a mantle plume’s the suspect prime. But magma conducts electricity Conductors in the mantle lie out west The tomographic maps are very pretty But show no melt where theory would suggest A plume, with mantle source below the crust Should yield a seismic and
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I have a paper out in pre-publication online availability. The basic gist of it is that we are investigating exactly why SHRIMP is so good at geochronology. It is a short format conference proceedings paper, so there isn't that much to it. Basically, we investigated the oxide formation used to calibrate relative U/Pb ionization yields by bombarding natural zircon with a primary ion beam made of
The sunset lion, as Britannia aged Survived, with every man, the frigid waste. Industrial hostility upstaged The sanctity of souls, their wreck encased In icy seas and grinding floes made cold By deep Antarctic circumpolar flow. Dark isolation froze this land, how old Are continental glaciers, ceaseless snow? Six desperate heroes sailed the Scotia Sea Dead arc, live backarc ridge
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