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Why life on Earth first got big © Charlotte Kenchington

Artist’s reconstruction of the community at Lower Mistaken Point. The positions, sizes and taxonomic identity of the organisms in the reconstruction are based on real data from the surface. This community was dominated by the rangeomorphs, Beothukis plumosa and Trepassia wardae. As these communities were below the photic zone, lighting depicted is from an artificial source.
Why life on Earth first got big © Charlotte Kenchington
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Earth Sciences at Cambridge

Saturday 22 September 2018: A one-day conference bringing together international scientists to mark 200 years since Adam Sedgwick was appointed to the Woodwardian Chair of Geology.

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