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RE: More New-ish Papers...
Quoting evelyn sobielski <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Analysis of the paleoenvironment of the C-P boundarsy
fossil record coupled with sea-level change
considerations suggests highest abundance of
neornithines 65 mya was in coastal habitat.
I don't get it. How does analyzing the paleoenvironment at the
Carboniferous-Permian boundary tell us anything about what was going on
65 million years ago?
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