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Nature makes research papers open-access to the public
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Research papers published by the journal Nature will be made free to view online in an effort to make it easier for scientists to share their work with their peers and the public.
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Goldschmidt2015: Final Community Call for Sessions and Workshops
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The Organising Committee for Goldschmidt2015 would like to invite you to propose sessions for the science program, or consider organising a workshop or pre-conference seminar which would run during the weekend before the conference next August. Details on how to submit a session or organise a workshop or seminar can be found on the conference website. These will then be reviewed by the conference's Science Committee. Please make your suggestions by Dec. 15 this year, and help us make your meeting your meeting.
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New in GCA (v.145, 15 November 2014)
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Ferrous iron oxidation under acidic conditions — The effect of ferric oxide surfaces

Physicochemical characteristics of drip waters: Influence on mineralogy and crystal morphology of recent cave carbonate precipitates

Impact of water mass mixing and dust deposition on Nd concentration and εNd of the Arabian Sea water column

Identifying weathering sources and processes in an outlet glacier of the Greenland Ice Sheet using Ca and Sr isotope ratios

Melting of phase D in the lower mantle and implications for recycling and storage of H2O in the deep mantle

Origin and palaeoenvironmental significance of C25 and C27n-alk-1-enes in a 25,000-year lake-sedimentary record from equatorial East Africa

Variation of lithium isotope geochemistry during basalt weathering and secondary mineral transformations in Hawaii

Vegetation impact on stream chemical fluxes: Mule Hole watershed (South India)

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New in G-Cubed (v.15, issue 10)
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Deconvolution of continuous paleomagnetic data from pass-through magnetometer: A new algorithm to restore geomagnetic and environmental information based on realistic optimization

Regional study of the Archean to Proterozoic crust at the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO+), Ontario: Predicting the geoneutrino flux

Tracking the exhumation of a Pliocene (U)HP terrane: U-Pb and trace-element constraints from zircon, D'Entrecasteaux Islands, Papua New Guinea

Integrated geophysical-petrological modeling of lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary in central Tibet using electromagnetic and seismic data

Three-dimensional flow in the subslab mantle

Thermochronologic constraints on Late Cretaceous to Cenozoic exhumation of the Bendeleben Mountains, Seward Peninsula, Alaska

The Early-Middle Miocene subduction complex of the Louisiade Archipelago, southern margin of the Woodlark Rift

Carbon cycling and burial in New Zealand's fjords

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Traces of possible Martian biological activity inside a meteorite
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne via Phys.org
Did Mars ever have life? Does it still? A meteorite from Mars has reignited the old debate. An international team that includes scientists from EPFL has published a paper in the scientific journal Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences, showing that martian life is more probable than previously thought.
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'Oxygen in Earth's early atmosphere could have been incredibly sparse'
The Daily Galaxy
Scientists believe that until about 2.4 billion years ago there was little oxygen in the atmosphere — an idea that has important implications for the evolution of life on Earth. Evidence in support of this hypothesis comes from studies of sulfur isotopes preserved in the rock record.
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