Evidence for recurrent Early Triassic massive volcanism from quantitative interpretation of carbon isotope fluctuations

Abstract

Carbon cycle disturbance associated with mass extinction at the end of the Permian Period continued through the Early Triassic, an interval of approximately 5 million years. Coincidence of carbon cycle stabilization with accelerated Middle Triassic biotic recovery suggests a link between carbon cycling and biodiversity, but the cause of Early Triassic… (More)

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