Volcanoes, Diamonds and Bubbles: A Billion-Year History of the Earth’s Interior Shows It’s More Mobile Than We Thought

Earth’s interior 80 million years ago with warm structures in yellow to red (darker is shallower) and cold structures in blue (darker is deeper). (Image credit: Ömer Bodur/Nature)

This article was originally published on The conversation. The publication contributed the article to Space.com magazine. Expert Voices: Op-Ed and Insights.

Nicolas FlamentSenior Professor, University of Wollongong
André MerdithResearcher at the University of Leeds
Ömer F. BodurPostdoctoral Researcher, University of Wollongong
Simon WilliamsResearcher, Northwest University, Xi’an

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