The chemical evolution of the Proterozoic biosphere

@inproceedings{Doyle2018TheCE,
  title={The chemical evolution of the Proterozoic biosphere},
  author={Katherine A. Doyle},
  year={2018}
}
The chemical evolution of the Proterozoic biosphere is not a well comprehended topic. Major gaps exist in the redox record which documents the ocean’s transition from a dominantly ferruginous state throughout most of the Proterozoic, to widespread deep ocean oxygenation during the Late Neoproterozoic. Between ~1.85 – 0.54 Ga, significant developments in biological evolution also occurred with the emergence of macroscopic eukaryotes followed by the radiation of metazoans. A strong link between… CONTINUE READING

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