[meteorite-list] Nannodiamond plant microfossils created by extraterrestrial impact (open access paper)
From: Alfredo Petrov <alfredo_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2019 09:51:08 +0100
Thanks, Paul, for the link to the very interesting paper on diamond fossils.
I would however like to point out that the authors should not be inventing
new mineral-type names (ie. "...ite") for something that isn?t a new
mineral; it?s diamond afterall.
And if they are going to unilaterally propose new "mineral" names without
IMA approval, they should at least be consistent in how they spell it
(karite or karaite?) before they publish (although that might be an
editor?s fault rather than the researcher?s).
On Fri, 1 Nov 2019 at 23:35, Paul via Meteorite-list <
meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com> wrote:
> Shumilova, T.G., Ulyashev, V.V., Kazakov, V.A., Isaenko, S.I.,
> Svetov,S.A., Chazhengina, S.Y., Kovalchuk, N.S., Karite ?
> diamond fossil: a new type of natural diamond,Geoscience
> Frontiers, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gsf.2019.09.011.
> Off topic, counter septarian structure, a great pseudoartifact.
> We can't figger this one out By PRK, November 19, 2016
> in Fossil ID, Fossil Forum
> Counter septarian structure, Doctor Mud, Posted November 26, 2016
> Page 4, Fossil Forum
> Seilacher, A., 2001. Concretion morphologies reflecting
> diagenetic and epigenetic pathways. Sedimentary Geology,
> 143(1-2), pp.41-57.
> Paul H.
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