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R. L. Rudnick and S. Gao, Composition of the continental crust: Treatise on 306 geochemistry, p.659, 2003.

M. Siahi, A. Hofmann, S. Master, A. Wilson, and C. Mayr, Trace element and 308 stable (C, O) and radiogenic (Sr) isotope geochemistry of stromatolitic carbonate 309 rocks of the Mesoar-chaean Pongola Supergroup: Implications for seawater 310 composition: Chemical Geology v, vol.476, pp.389-406, 2018.

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C. Siebert, J. Kramers, T. Meisel, P. Morel, and T. F. Nägler, , p.316, 2005.

, Mo isotope systematics in Archean and early Proterozoic sedimentary systems as 317 proxies for redox conditions of the early Earth, p.318

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A. R. Voegelin, T. F. Nägler, E. Samankassou, and I. M. Villa, , 2009.

A. R. Voegelin, T. F. Nägler, N. J. Beukes, and J. P. Lacassie, Molybdenum 323 isotopes in late Archean carbonate rocks: implications for early Earth oxygenation, p.324, 2010.

, Precambrian Research, vol.182, pp.70-82

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I. M. Villa, The impact of igneous bedrock weathering on the Mo isotopic 327 composition of stream waters: Natural samples and laboratory experiments, p.328, 2012.

, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol.86, pp.150-165

H. Wen, J. Carignan, Y. Zhang, H. Fan, C. Cloquet et al., Molybdenum 331 isotopic records across the Precambrian-Cambrian boundary: Geology, v. 39, p, p.778, 2011.

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J. Voegelin and A. , Evidence for a gradual rise of oxygen between 2.6 and 335 2.5 Ga from Mo isotopes and Re-PGE signatures in shales, p.336, 2007.

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