Review of the oldest (4400-3600 Ma) geological and mineralogical record: Glimpses of the beginning
Known occurrences of rocks from the first billion years (>3550 Ma) form a minuscule ∼10,000 km2 of Earth's surface. The largest areas are in Greenland (Itsaq Gneiss Complex), Labrador and Western Australia, with smaller ones elsewhere in Greenland and i
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