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Early Archaean processes and the Isua Greenstone Belt, West Greenland. / Appel, Peter W.U.; Moorbath, Stephen; Touret, Jacques L.R.In: Precambrian Research, Vol. 126, No. 3-4, 10.10.2003, p. 173-179.
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T1 - Early Archaean processes and the Isua Greenstone Belt, West Greenland
AU - Appel, Peter W.U.
AU - Moorbath, Stephen
AU - Touret, Jacques L.R.
N1 - Funding Information: We thank Editors-in-Chief A. Kröner and K. Eriksson for their interest and support in the planning of this Special Issue, and Patricia Massar of Elsevier for supporting its publication. The excellent work of the reviewers was essential in finalising the papers. The Editors are grateful to the following (as well as several anonymous) individuals for reviewing the papers in this Volume: Nick Arndt, Donald E. Clanfield, Wouter Bleeker, Gilles Chazot, Fernando Corfu, Jim Crowley, Hilary Downes, John Hanchar, Simon Hanmer, Claude Herzberg, Paul W.O. Hoskin, Jan M. Huizenga, John F. Kasting, A.M. van den Kerkhof, Roland Maas, Thomas Naegler, Euan Nisbet, Paddy O’Brien, Hugh O’Neill, Hugh Rollinson, Minik Rosing, John Schumacher, Maud Walsh. Generous support for the Isua Multidisciplinary Research Project (IMRP) was provided by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), the Danish Natural Sciences Council, the Commission for Scientific Research in Greenland, and the Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum, Nuuk, Greenland. Additional funding for field work in Greenland was provided by the National Geographic, the Max-Planck Institut für Chemie, Mainz, the Natural History Museum, Toronto, and the European Science Foundation. Valuable cooperation is acknowledged with research groups from the Geological Museum and the Geological Institute in Copenhagen, as well as the Danish Lithosphere Centre. Special thanks are due to Martin Ghisler, Director of GEUS, and to Hans Christian Schoenwandt, Director of the Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum in Greenland, for their interest in, and support of, the activities of IMRP.
PY - 2003/10/10
Y1 - 2003/10/10
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U2 - 10.1016/S0301-9268(03)00093-7
DO - 10.1016/S0301-9268(03)00093-7
M3 - Editorial
VL - 126
SP - 173
EP - 179
JO - Precambrian Research
JF - Precambrian Research
SN - 0301-9268
IS - 3-4