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Dietmar Mller, Belinda Brown, Takemi Ishihara, and Sergey Ivanov.
The popular technique of estimating ages of deposits from sizes of lichens continues despite valid criticism, and without agreement on range of utility, treatment of error, and methods of measurement, sampling, and data handling.
A major source of error is the assumption that the largest lichen(s) colonized soon after deposition and will survive indefinitely.
The distributions of different types of gravestones are non-uniform in both time and space, making the comparison of growth rates on different rock types impractical.
The results indicate that there may be a gradual decrease in the growth rates from W to E, reflecting the decreasing maritime influence towards the E.
Seafloor spreading magnetic anomalies south of Sri Lanka, Marine Geol., 229, 227240.
Microcontinent formation around Australia, in Evolution and Dynamics of the Australian Plate, pp.
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Recent studies on lichen mortality suggest that this assumption is untenable.