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Geology, ISSN 0091-7613, 09/2014, Volume 42, Issue 9, p. 779
Recovery from the Late Permian mass extinction was slowed by continued environmental perturbations during the Early Triassic. Rapid fluctuations of the Early... 
Earth temperature | Weathering | Geology, Stratigraphic | Research | Geophysical research
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Geology, ISSN 0091-7613, 04/2013, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp. 399 - 402
Although the latest Permian mass extinction and associated delta C-13 excursion are well documented from the Tethys Ocean, carbonate rocks preserving these... 
EVOLUTION | GEOLOGY | ISOTOPE RECORDS | CARBON-CYCLE | MASS EXTINCTION | SUPEROCEAN | BOUNDARY | SEAWATER | EASTERN NEVADA | SOUTH CHINA | SEA | Strontium | Geomorphology | Chemostratigraphy | Mass extinction theory | Research | Carbon | Natural history
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