Sedimentary structures from evaporative coastal environments indicate carbonate saturation, offer insight in mid-Mesozoic ocean chemistry and potentially even earlier times.
Deep-seated earthquakes in subduction zones are related to diamond formation.
The cooling of planet Earth over time increased the water carrying capacity of the mantle and could have shrunk the oceans.
While the seas were still churning from the impact and the seawater temperatures were high due to the hydrothermal activity, life was reestablishing itself inside the crater.
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