Permian–Triassic mass extinction pulses driven by major marine carbon cycle perturbations

@article{Jurikova2020PermianTriassicME,
  title={Permian–Triassic mass extinction pulses driven by major marine carbon cycle perturbations},
  author={Hana Jurikova and M. Gutjahr and K. Wallmann and S. Fl{\"o}gel and V. Liebetrau and R. Posenato and L. Angiolini and C. Garbelli and U. Brand and M. Wiedenbeck and A. Eisenhauer},
  journal={Nature Geoscience},
  year={2020},
  volume={13},
  pages={745 - 750}
}
The Permian/Triassic boundary approximately 251.9 million years ago marked the most severe environmental crisis identified in the geological record, which dictated the onwards course for the evolution of life. Magmatism from Siberian Traps is thought to have played an important role, but the causational trigger and its feedbacks are yet to be fully understood. Here we present a new boron-isotope-derived seawater pH record from fossil brachiopod shells deposited on the Tethys shelf that… Expand

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