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Press Release 11-252
Path to Oxygen in Earth's Atmosphere: Long Series of Starts and Stops

Rock cores from Northwest Russia provide new insights

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Photo of Russia's Imandra/Varzuga Greenstone Belt.

Panorama of Russia's Imandra/Varzuga Greenstone Belt where FAR DEEP drilling took place.

Credit: Victor Melezhik, Geological Survey of Norway/University of Bergen


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A field camp in the Pechenga Greenstone Belt.

A field camp used by the FAR DEEP scientists; it's in the Pechenga Greenstone Belt.

Credit: Victor Melezhik, Geological Survey of Norway/University of Bergen


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A scientist examining drill core and another scientist taking notes.

On-site FAR DEEP research took place around the clock for five months.

Credit: Victor Melezhik, Geological Survey of Norway/University of Bergen


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Photo of military-based trucks used as transport around the Greenstone Belt.

Moving around in the Greenstone Belt often required back-up from military-based trucks.

Credit: Victor Melezhik, Geological Survey of Norway/University of Bergen


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Photo of drill cores being loaded into a truck.

Drill cores are loaded into a truck, to be taken to a temporary storage facility.

Credit: Victor Melezhik, Geological Survey of Norway/University of Bergen


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Cover of the December 2, 2011 issue of the journal Science.

The researchers' work is described in the December 1, 2011 issue of Science Express.

Credit: Copyright AAAS 2011


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