Rapid eruption of Siberian flood-volcanic rocks and evidence for coincidence with the Permian^Triassic boundary and mass extinction at 251Ma
The Siberian flood-volcanic event is the most voluminous and explosive, continental, volcanic event known in the Phanerozoic record. U-Pb perovskite and zircon ages were obtained for lavas of the lowermost unit (251.7±0.4 Ma) and near-uppermost unit (251
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