The biogeographical imprint of mass extinctions

Authors: ÁT Kocsis, CJ Reddin, W Kiessling
Journal: Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1878), 20180232

CCATs Ádám and Carl show how mass extinctions can decimate the biogeographical scheme of the globe, potentially resulting in a globally uniform marine community. This is a particularly scary thought because biologists currently consider that human impacts are currently leading to a mass extinction.

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