Palaeotethys seawater temperature rise and an intensified hydrological cycle following the end-Permian mass extinction

@article{Schobben2014PalaeotethysST,
  title={Palaeotethys seawater temperature rise and an intensified hydrological cycle following the end-Permian mass extinction},
  author={Martin Schobben and M. Joachimski and D. Korn and L. Leda and C. Korte},
  journal={Gondwana Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={26},
  pages={675-683}
}
Abstract The end-Permian mass extinction has been associated with severe global warming. Main stage volcanism of the Siberian Traps occurred at or near the extinction interval and has been proposed as a likely greenhouse catalyst. In this study, a high-resolution δ18O record is established using diagenetically resistant apatite of conodonts and low-Mg calcite of brachiopods from stratigraphically well-constrained Permian–Triassic (P–Tr) boundary successions in northwestern Iran. A new… Expand
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