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"“The identification of microstructural and chemical features in drill fragments taken from the Mount Ashmore drill hole revealed evidence of a significant impact,” Glikson said, adding it was at least 50 kilometres (31 miles) wide and about 35 million years old."
"As for the "author as scribe" thing: we may be talking past each other a bit, as you introduce the idea of variations on a microstructural level, while I was thinking more about a macrostructural matter."
"Digital preparation of a probable neoceratopsian preserved within an egg, with comments on microstructural anatomy of ornithischian eggshells."