High-precision U-Pb age constraints on the Permian floral turnovers, paleoclimate change, and tectonics of the North China block

@article{Wu2021HighprecisionUA,
  title={High-precision U-Pb age constraints on the Permian floral turnovers, paleoclimate change, and tectonics of the North China block},
  author={Qiong Wu and Jahandar Ramezani and Hua Zhang and Jun Wang and Fangui Zeng and Yi‐chun Zhang and Feng-Chen Liu and Jun Chen and Yaoping Cai and Zhang-shuai Hou and Chaohui Liu and Wan Yang and Charles M. Henderson and Shu‐zhong Shen},
  journal={Geology},
  year={2021}
}
The Permian marine-terrestrial system of the North China block provides an exceptional window into the evolution of northern temperate ecosystems during the critical transition from icehouse to greenhouse following the late Paleozoic ice age (LPIA). Despite many studies on its rich hydrocarbon reserves and climate-sensitive fossil flora, uncertain temporal constraints and correlations have hampered a thorough understanding of the records of geologic, biologic, and climatic change from the North… 

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