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Billions of years ago, the rise of oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere caused a worldwide deep freeze. / Warke, Matthew.

In: The Conversation, 02.06.2020.

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Warke M. Billions of years ago, the rise of oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere caused a worldwide deep freeze. The Conversation. 2020 Jun 2.

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Warke, Matthew. / Billions of years ago, the rise of oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere caused a worldwide deep freeze. In: The Conversation. 2020.

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