Discussion on palaeoecology of the Late Triassic extinction event in the SW UKJournal, Vol. 165, 2008, pp. 319–332

@article{Radley2008DiscussionOP,
  title={Discussion on palaeoecology of the Late Triassic extinction event in the SW UKJournal, Vol. 165, 2008, pp. 319–332},
  author={J. Radley and R. Twitchett and L. Mander and J. Cope},
  journal={Journal of the Geological Society},
  year={2008},
  volume={165},
  pages={988 - 992}
}
Jonathan Radley writes: The Penarth Group (of Late Triassic and possibly ranging to Early Jurassic age) of the southern UK marks a marine transgression and the establishment of a shallow epicontinental seaway (Hallam & El Shaarawy 1982; Warrington & Ivimey-Cook 1992), influenced by regressive–transgressive pulses and characterized by rapid facies changes (Hallam & Wignall 2004; Hesselbo et al . 2004). A well-documented invertebrate macrofauna includes corals, brachiopods, molluscs and… Expand
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