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Re: The Hills Have New Papers



Correlations based on carbon and osmium isotopes are also consistent with this correlation.

Does that mean there's a carbon isotope spike and an osmium isotope spike at the boundary...?


the following succession of events: crurotarsan ("thecodont") extinction,
the palynofloral turnover in the Newark, the first CAMP eruptions, the
extinctions of Rhaetian ammonites and conodonts, and the first appearance of
Jurassic psiloceratid ammonites.

Bizarre. Does that mean the crurotarsan mass extinction happened at the Norian-Rhaetian boundary? Or what? ~:-|