Ancient diamond 'inclusions' reveal shift in carbon cycle of early Earth

S. Timmermans, G.R. Davies

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Abstract

Researchers have discovered a diamond that grew for more than 2 billion years. Inside the record-setting diamond are clues revealing a significant shift in the carbon cycle of early Earth.
Original languageEnglish
JournalUPI
Publication statusIn preparation - 2018

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