Retallack, Gregory; Sheldon, Nathan D.; Carr, Paul Francis; Fanning, Christopher; Thompson, Caitlyn A.; Williams, Megan L.; Jones, Brian Gordon; Hutton, Adrian
The Late Permian mass extinction was not only the most catastrophic known loss of biodiversity, but was followed by unusually prolonged recovery through the Early Triassic. Opinion has been divided on whether delayed recovery was a legacy of especially profound ecological disruption, or due to additional environmental perturbations. New records from the Sydney Basin in southeastern Australia now reveal five successive Late Permian and Early Triassic spikes of unusually high atmospheric CO2 and...[Show more]
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