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A schematic illustration of Earth with a quarter removed to show its internal structure.

Constraints on mantle heterogeneity

Understanding the heterogeneities in Earth’s mantle, including their origin, structure, and variability, is crucial for comprehending the long-term history of internal changes that have shaped our planet.
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