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The transitional hydrosphere The nature of the rock record from the time of the first sedimentary rocks (approximately 3.8 billion years ago) to about one to two billion years ago suggests that the amount of oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere was significantly lower than it is today and that there were continuous chemical trends in the sedimentary rocks formed and, more subtly, in the composition of the hydrosphere. The chemistry of rocks shifted dramatically during this transitional period. The source rocks of sediments during this time may have been more basaltic than subsequent ones. Sedimentary debris was formed by the alteration of such source rocks in an oxygen-deficient atmosphere and accumulated primarily under anaerobic marine conditions.

The transitional hydrosphere The nature of the rock record from the time of the first sedimentary rocks (approximately 3.8 billion years ago) to about one to two billion years ago suggests that the amount of oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere was significantly lower than it is today and that there were continuous chemical trends in the sedimentary rocks formed and, more subtly, in the composition of the hydrosphere. The chemistry of rocks shifted dramatically during this transitional period. The source rocks of sediments during this time may have been more basaltic than subsequent ones. Sedimentary debris was formed by the alteration of such source rocks in an oxygen-deficient atmosphere and accumulated primarily under anaerobic marine conditions.

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