Did the Transgondwanan Supermountain trigger the explosive radiation of animals on Earth?
The explosive radiation of animals on Earth during the late Early Cambrian period (∼ 530-510 Ma) coincides with the deposition of enormous volumes of continentally derived sedimentary rocks throughout Gondwana. We show here, that these quartz-rich sedi
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