An Analysis of the History of Marine Animal Diversity

@inproceedings{Stanley2007AnAO,
  title={An Analysis of the History of Marine Animal Diversity},
  author={S. Stanley},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract According to when they attained high diversity, major taxa of marine animals have been clustered into three groups, the Cambrian, Paleozoic, and Modern Faunas. Because the Cambrian Fauna was a relatively minor component of the total fauna after mid-Ordovician time, the Phanerozoic history of marine animal diversity is largely a matter of the fates of the Paleozoic and Modern Faunas. The fact that most late Cenozoic genera belong to taxa that have been radiating for tens of millions of… Expand
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