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Statistical geochemistry reveals disruption in secular lithospheric evolution about 2.5 Gyr ago

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Statistical geochemistry reveals disruption in secular lithospheric evolution about 2.5 Gyr ago

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Statistical geochemistry reveals disruption in secular lithospheric evolution about 2.5 Gyr ago

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Statistical geochemistry reveals disruption in secular lithospheric evolution about 2.5 Gyr ago

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Statistical geochemistry reveals disruption in secular lithospheric evolution about 2.5 Gyr ago

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London: Nature Publishing Group

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Nature (London), 2012, Vol.485 (7399), p.490-493

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The Earth has cooled over the past 4.5 billion years (Gyr) as a result of surface heat loss and declining radiogenic heat production. Igneous geochemistry has been used to understand how changing heat flux influenced Archaean geodynamics, but records of systematic geochemical evolution are complicated by heterogeneity of the rock record and uncerta...

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Statistical geochemistry reveals disruption in secular lithospheric evolution about 2.5 Gyr ago

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0028-0836

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1476-4687

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10.1038/nature11024

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