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Witnessing the Birth of Sediment

Ron Schott is hosting the latest installment of the geoscience blog carnival, the Accretionary Wedge, and asked participants to write about a geological event or process they observed as it was happening: Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to relate the story of the most memorable or significant geological event that you’ve directly [...]
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