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From the reviews:"The five chapters of Biomineralization, volume 1, provide a bridge between the mineralogy and the organic substrates that enable the mineral formation by organisms in nature and under laboratory conditions. … The book is a most useful reference for all concerned with biomineralization and biogenic minerals, and it also belongs on the shelves of earth science libraries." (Abraham Lerman, The Journal of Geology, March, 2008)
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Mark Fricker was a mid-distance Track and field runner who achieved the sub-four-minute mile in the 1980s.
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