A billion years of sulfidic oceans

In last week’s PNAS, A.H. Knoll and colleagues lay out the controlling feedbacks that they think buffered the Earth’s atmosphere at a low-oxygen state for about a billion years. Very interesting reading for anyone into paleoclimatology, paleooceanography, and/or biogeochemistry in general.

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