Friday, 12 August 2016

Newfoundland’s Ediacaran biota gets World Heritage status

From seabed to seabed – the Ediacaran age strata of Newfoundland’s Mistaken Point were originally deposited on the seabed some 565 million years ago and are now being worn away by Atlantic waves. (photo courtesy of Dr Emily Mitchel)

Coincidentally this will be the subject of a lecture given by Dr Liu at Bath on November 3 and at WEGA in 2017

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