Biogeochemical evolution in the neoproterozoic amadeus basin, central Australia
The diversification of eukaryotes from increasingly complex single celled organisms to organ grade animals is the defining feature of biological evolution in the Neoproterozoic era. However the causes of this diversification are still largely obscure. It has been suggested that deep water oxygenation may be an essential catalyst, as mid-shelf to deep oceans started to become oxygenated at this time. However, marine oxygenation appears to be diachronous in different basins, so global...[Show more]
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