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Monday, 29 June 2015

Late Devonian Extinction and Killer Trees Article

Late Devonian Extinction and Killer Trees Article

Devonian extinction saw the oceans choke to death
(Before the first animals had crawled out onto land,
marine animals suffered a catastrophic mass
extinction. They may have literally asphyxiated.)
by Chris Baraniuk, BBC News,

Some papers of Dr. Algeo that related to this article are:

Algeo, T.J., R.A. Berner, J.P. Maynard, and S.E. Scheckler.
1995. "Late Devonian oceanic anoxic events and biotic
crises: "Rooted" in the evolution of vascular land plants?"
GSA Today 5: 45, 64-66.

Algeo, T.J. and S.E. Scheckler. 1998. "Terrestrial-marine
teleconnections in the Devonian: links between the
evolution of land plants, weathering processes, and
marine anoxic events." Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 353: 113-130.

Algeo, T.J., S.E. Scheckler and J. B. Maynard. 2000.
"Effects of the Middle to Late Devonian spread of vascular
land plants on weathering regimes, marine biota, and
global climate." pp. 213-236. In: P.G. Gensel and D.
Edwards (eds.). 2001 Plants Invade the Land: Evolutionary
and Environmental Approaches. Columbia Univ. Press:
New York.


Paul H.

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