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Wood, John A.
April 1981
Natural History;Apr81, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p56
Focuses on the importance of meteorites to research on the origin of the Earth. Clues from meteorites about the history of the Earth; Origins of meteorites; Impact of meteorite collisions with Earth.


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