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Re: Study Finds that a Single Impact Killed the Dinosaurs
Is that paper available as a PDF?
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From: "evelyn sobielski" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2006 2:21 PM
Subject: Re: Study Finds that a Single Impact Killed the Dinosaurs
> > Or else the geochemistry was changed by the impact
> > itself (e.g. acid
> > rain) resulting in a reduction in the liklihood of
> > preservation as you
> > get closer to the K/T boundary. Not saying it's
> > right, but you have to
> > control for confounding factors before it's positive
> > evidence.
> There is a paper (GSA Bulletin 116:760, "Survival in
> the first hours of the Cenozoic") which although very
> general when it comes to taxa, reviews the evidence of
> the physical consequences of the impact. Though it
> mainly deals with the IR pulse, it is a good start to
> locate some papers on these issues in general.
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