Joseph Reese

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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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What is the significance of the Jack Hills zircons? part of Cutting Edge:Early Earth:Key Questions about the Early Earth
Submitted by Joseph Reese, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Why is this important? Up to 4.4 billion years old, zircon grains are the oldest earth materials discovered. What we know... The Jack Hills zircons ...

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Teaching Structural Geology Participants

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