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NEW ZEALAND ASTROBIOLOGY NETWORK: We connect with life
Mutant Silurian plankton indicate oceanic anoxia spread and metals poisoning in the sea ... 420 million years ago. Not...
@SETI Talks: Professor Kathleen CampbellKathleen Campbell, Earth, extreme environments, International Participation, life, life in extreme environments, life origins, Mars, New Zealand, SETI, 0
"ET life would simply be ... logical..."
Oldest Life on EarthKathleen Campbell, astrobiology, Australia, International Participation, Pilbara, stromatolites, 0
This is why I came so far. To see some of the oldest rocks on Earth, preserved within an...
Exploratory Science in New Zealand – Two Astrobiology Case StudiesKathleen Campbell, astrobiology, exoplanets, Exploratory science, future prospects, hot spring deposits, life in extreme environments, MOA project, NZ environment, NZAI, 0
We argue that, even though New Zealand is a small nation, our scientists cannot aim too high nor stretch...