1 November 2004 Microbial remains in Middle Proterozoic rocks of Northern Australia
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Investigation of the samples of the McArthur River complex ore deposit, one of the most zinc-lead mineral province in the world, brings us to conclusion about possibility of biogenic origin of sulfides in McArthur River ore deposit and to make supposition about formation of studied rocks in the photic zone of the sea.
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Marina Astafieva, Marina Astafieva, Richard B. Hoover, Richard B. Hoover, Alexei Yu. Rozanov, Alexei Yu. Rozanov, P. Vickers-Rich, P. Vickers-Rich, A. Wilde, A. Wilde, } "Microbial remains in Middle Proterozoic rocks of Northern Australia", Proc. SPIE 5555, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology VIII, (1 November 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.558919; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.558919
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