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In WA’s capital Perth, the state government is sitting on a collection of over 2,000 heavy mineral concentrate samples.
At 1.2 billion years, the finding is more than double the age of the previous oldest known occurrence at 450 million years. Distributions and compound-specific isotopic signatures of sedimentary chlorins reflect the composition of photoautotrophic communities and their carbon and nitrogen sources in Swiss lakes and the Black Sea Nasdala, L., Corfu, F., Valley, J. J., Wu, F.-Y., Li, Q.-L., Yang, Y.-H., Fisher, C., Münker, C., Kennedy, A. W., Kronz, A., Wiedenbeck, M., Wirth, R., Chanmuang, C., Zeug, M., Váczi, T., Norberg, N., Häger, T., Kröner, A., Hofmeister, W. Working with the University of St Andrews, the team, led by Professor Steven Reddy from the Institute for Geoscience Research at Curtin’s Western Australian School of Mines, discovered the reidite in shocked zircon from impact ejecta at Stac Fada in Scotland. He said reidite is important because it is only known to form in nature during meteorite impact events. • Kellie Jones (Northparkes Mines), who discussed the application of the TIMA to mining and mineral processing at the Northparkes Cu-Au operation. • Marek Dosbaba (Tescan Orsay Holding), who reviewed the workflow of the TIMA software.