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Noah McLean

Postdoc Noah McLean and scientists at the British Geological Survey have redefined a fundamental parameter used to calibrate Earth's history. In their recent Science paper, they report variations in the uranium isotopic composition of minerals used to date major geological events.

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Video by Helen Hill(2012)

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