Author Archives: Steve Drury

Is there water in the Earth’s core?

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Arsenic hazard on a global scale

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Update on climate and sea-level change during the Cenozoic

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More time for modern humans to have mingled with Neanderthals

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Changing conditions of metamorphism since the Archaean

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Genetic material from a baby dinosaur

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Earliest direct evidence of plate motions

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Pterosaur corner

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How did monkeys get to South America?

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Human evolution links

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