Palaeoceanographic controls on spatial redox distribution over the Yangtze Platform during the Ediacaran – Cambrian transition

@inproceedings{Och2015PalaeoceanographicCO,
  title={Palaeoceanographic controls on spatial redox distribution over the Yangtze Platform during the Ediacaran – Cambrian transition},
  author={Lawrence Michael Och and Lorenzo Cremonese and Graham A Shields-Zhou and Simon W Poulton and Ulrich Struck and Roy Strasser and Li Da and Xi Chen and C. Manning and Matthew F. Thirlwall and Harald Strauss and Maoyan Zhu},
  year={2015}
}
The Ediacaran–Cambrian interval was an eventful transitional period, when dynamic interactions between the biosphere and its physical environment allowed the Earth System to cross into a new state, characterized by the presence of metazoans, more equable climates and more expansive oxygenation of the oceans. Due to the retreat of widespread sulphidic conditions, redox-sensitive trace-metals could accumulate to a greater extent in ‘black shales’ deposited in localized anoxic/euxinic environments… CONTINUE READING

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