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Re: Precisely Dating The KT Boundary

On 9/7/06, Jerry D. Harris <jharris@dixie.edu> wrote:

Now, for the Cenozoic, there are only the Paleogene (Paleocene-Oligocene) and Neogene (Miocene-Recent). Thus, there is no more K/T boundary -- there is only the K/P boundary.

I thought "P" was for "Permian". Wouldn't it be the K/Pg boundary? (Or why not just the M/C boundary?) -- T. Michael Keesey The Dinosauricon: http://dino.lm.com Parry & Carney: http://parryandcarney.com