The global Hangenberg Crisis (Devonian–Carboniferous transition): review of a first-order mass extinction

@article{Kaiser2015TheGH,
  title={The global Hangenberg Crisis (Devonian–Carboniferous transition): review of a first-order mass extinction},
  author={Sandra Isabella Kaiser and Markus Aretz and Ralph Thomas Becker},
  journal={Special Publications},
  year={2015},
  volume={423},
  pages={387 - 437}
}
Abstract The global Hangenberg Crisis near the Devonian–Carboniferous boundary (DCB) represents a mass extinction that is of the same scale as the so-called ‘Big Five’ first-order Phanerozoic events. It played an important role in the evolution of many faunal groups and destroyed complete ecosystems but affected marine and terrestrial environments at slightly different times within a short time span of c. 100–300 kyr. The lower crisis interval in the uppermost Famennian started as a prelude… 
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