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Emergence of modern continental crust about 3 billion years ago

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Emergence of modern continental crust about 3 billion years ago

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Emergence of modern continental crust about 3 billion years ago

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Emergence of modern continental crust about 3 billion years ago

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Emergence of modern continental crust about 3 billion years ago

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London: Nature Publishing Group

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Nature geoscience, 2015, Vol.8 (7), p.552-555

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London: Nature Publishing Group

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The continental crust is the principal record of conditions on the Earth during the past 4.4 billion years. However, how the continental crust formed and evolved through time remains highly controversial. In particular, the composition and thickness of juvenile continental crust are unknown. Here we show that Rb/Sr ratios can be used as a proxy for...

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1752-0894

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1752-0908

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10.1038/ngeo2466

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