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Re: Extinction Theories

Trina, the first place you look is in your Simon Fraser Library. Its full 
of good info that no one is likely to type into email for you and the 
practice in using the library is very valuable. For brief suggestion like 
look up so and so, etc, the net is great but as one of the FAQ's says, we 
will not do your research. We are not nasty-just dont want to spoil your 
educational experience!

Ray McAllister, Prof (Emeritus) Ocean Eng., FAU, Boca Raton, FL 33064
Diving Dinosaur, Geologist/Oceanographer/Ocean Engineer, 43 years SCUBA
mcallist@gate.net (305) 426-0808, Author Diving Locations, Boynton/Dania

On Sun, 12 Mar 1995, Trina Michelle Graham wrote:

> Hello everyone on the dino network.  I am doing a project for my
> ecology class at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver Canada.  I'm
> studying the extinction theories and want the BASIC facts on how the
> dinosaurs disappeared by the 1) Asteroid theory
>                             2) Physiological Theory-they just
> weren't meant to survive
> If someone could give me point form the results of these events that
> would be great.  By point form I mean quick and concise, please no
> scientific mumbo jumbo as its a first year course.
> Thank you very much,
> Trina Graham