Acidification, anoxia, and extinction: A multiple logistic regression analysis of extinction selectivity during the Middle and Late Permian

@article{Clapham2011AcidificationAA,
  title={Acidification, anoxia, and extinction: A multiple logistic regression analysis of extinction selectivity during the Middle and Late Permian},
  author={M. Clapham and J. Payne},
  journal={Geology},
  year={2011},
  volume={39},
  pages={1059-1062}
}
Patterns of taxonomic and ecologic selectivity are the most direct record of processes infl uencing survival during background and mass extinctions. The Guadalupian (Capitanian) and end-Permian (Changhsingian) extinctions have both been linked to environmental degradation from eruption of large fl ood basalts; however, the extent to which taxonomic selectivity conforms to the expected stresses remains incompletely understood because many of the relevant biological traits are mutually correlated… Expand
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