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- RT @sciencemagazine: Mid-ocean ridge basalts show relationship between mantle oxidation state & carbon cycle scim.ag/19Nq4om #geology 11 hours ago
- RT @OliverKnevitt: Fun new geo fact for the day: Everest is estimated to have been around 5000m high 15 million years ago http://t.co/bIoEK… 14 hours ago
- RT @Profiainstewart: What a great job. “ Two jobs going @POST_UK. Physical scientists with an interest in policy, apply here: twitter.com/isaach… 15 hours ago
- Could geological activity off the coast of Portugal be an indicator of a subduction zone in the making? newscientist.com/article/dn2371… 19 hours ago
- RT @JLizRob: RT @exscitec: Any #EarthScience or #MarineScience undergraduates interested being a summer school mentor? (Pref Lndn/Soton bas… 19 hours ago
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