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Magazine articles on archaeology, paleontology, artifacts, prehistoric origins.
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Chemistry World
May 20, 2009
Lewis Brindley
New ceramic dating process unearthed A new way to find the age of ceramic objects, such as ancient pottery, has been developed by scientists in the UK. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 23, 2009
Hayley Birch
Wetlands caused ancient methane belch Air trapped in ancient ice has revealed the likely source of the sudden spike in atmospheric methane concentrations that occurred at the end of the last ice age mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
Scientific American
May 2009
Stuart Fox
How Giant Pterosaurs Took Flight Biomechanics suggests that a giraffe-size pterosaur could have jumped from all fours to get off the ground mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 16, 2009
Jon Cartwright
Isolated microbes survive for millions of years Researchers in the US and the UK have found microbes in the Antarctic that appear to have survived in isolation, without sunlight or new supplies of nutrients, for more than a million years. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 9, 2009
Lewis Brindley
'Nickel famine' caused ancient oxygen rise A crucial increase in atmospheric oxygen that occurred around 2.4 billion years ago could have been triggered by a shortage of nickel in the oceans, according to Canadian researchers. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 6, 2009
Simon Hadlington
Did salt lake halogens help cause mass extinction? Life on Earth was all but obliterated around 250 million years ago - but no-one knows why. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
Scientific American
April 2009
Kate Wong
Super Serpent: Bus-Size Snake Ruled Rainforest 2 Million Years Ago (Thankfully) The 13-meter-long Titanoboa could easily outstretch today's anaconda mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Science News
March 28, 2009
Janet Raloff
Treaty On Antiquities Hinders Access For Museums by James Cuno James Cuno describes how the United Nations treaty to prevent looting of archeology sites has affected researchers and scientists. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 4, 2009
Nina Notman
Marine sponges show their age Whilst searching for oil, a team of international scientists have found something completely different -proof that animal life existed more than 635 million years ago. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2009
Relief for Digital Relics Three-dimensional laser scans are beginning to gain traction in archaeologist finds. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
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