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Terrestrial Climate
Calcium carbonate is found in rocks all over the world. It can form with or without
microbes - but scientists have long wondered if there was a way to distinguish
between the calcium carbonate precipitated by microbes and that which forms through
non-biological means.
Credit: University of Texas
01/17/09

 



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