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Study resolves doubt about origin of Earth

University Of Chicago : 30 May, 2007  (Technical Article)
A study led by Nicolas Dauphas of the University of Chicago and Chicago's Field Museum has clarified the sedimentary origin of the world's oldest rocks, reinforcing the possibility that they contain the earliest evidence for life on Earth. These rocks are found in southwest Greenland, including Iron Mountain of the Issua region pictured here.
A study led by Nicolas Dauphas of the University of Chicago and Chicago's Field Museum has clarified the sedimentary origin of the world's oldest rocks, reinforcing the possibility that they contain the earliest evidence for life on Earth. These rocks are found in southwest Greenland, including Iron Mountain of the Issua region pictured here.
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