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Gunflint Chert

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Aromatic free radicals in the gunflint chert
Aromatic Free Radicals in the Gunflint Chert. Occurrence of Vascular Plants in the Middle Precambrian. Pavle I.
Electron Microscopy of Fossil Bacteria Two Billion Years Old
Abstract. Occurrence of well-preserved rod-shaped and coccoid bacteria in the Precambrian Gunflint chert (1.
Ambient Pyrite in Precambrian Chert: New Evidence and a Theory
samples of chert from the Gunflint Iron Formation at the previously described Schreiber Beach locality,5' 6 6.5 kmwest-southwest of Schreiber, Ontario.

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Researchers recreate the whiff of Earth 1.9 MILLION years ago - and find it
The Gunflint chert is a group of banded iron formation rocks found in the Gunflint Range of northern Minnesota, and northwestern Ontario along the north shore of Lake Superior.
Scientists say earth used to smell of rotten eggs
Gunflint chert fossil This is called a Gunflint chert and the fossils are found in the black part of the rock.
Eww! Early Earth Smelled Like Rotten Eggs
Close-up of 1.9 billion-year-old Gunflint chert, which contain tiny fossilized evidence of microbes consuming other microbes in the black zones. CREDIT: David Wacey.
Researchers Capture Primitive Microbes Eating Each Other
The report says that the fossils were preserved in Gunflint chert, 1900 million-year-old, from Lake Superior, Canada. Ancient microbes are captured by these fossils in the feasting act on Gunflintia, a cyanobacterium-like fossil.

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Gunflint Chert - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Gunflint chert (1.
Gunflint Chert Specimen
Aug 16, 2011 Gunflint Chert Specimen - Large.
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Gunflint Chert - Description: The Gunflint chert (1.
earliest life
The North American Gunflint Chert (2 Ga) is the first occurrence of Precambrian microfossils that has been discovered and published.
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