The mountains that triggered the Late Neoproterozoic increase in oxygen: The second great oxidation event
The consensus view is that the O2 concentration of the Archean atmosphere was very low and that it rose to its present level of 21% in a series of steps, two of which dwarf the others in importance. The first, known as the Great Oxidation Event, occurred
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