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Marine clade sensitivities to climate change conform across timescales 0

Marine clade sensitivities to climate change conform across timescales

Authors: Reddin CJ, Nätscher PS, Kocsis ÁT, Pörtner H-O, Kiessling W Journal: Nature Climate Change, 1-5 (2020) How well do fossils and modern marine animals agree on their susceptibility to climate change? Our new...

Climate change and the latitudinal selectivity of ancient marine extinctions 0

Climate change and the latitudinal selectivity of ancient marine extinctions

Authors: CJ Reddin, ÁT Kocsis, W KiesslingJournal: Paleobiology 45 (1), 70-84Also see F1000 list CCATs Carl and Ádám show that global warming events do not always hit tropical regions most severely but sometimes hit...

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Neogene

The Neogene began 23 million years ago, and it goes until now. It was or is the period when the Earth and the life on it have become that what they are today. Coral...

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Paleogene

The Paleogene began 66 million years ago, and it ended 23 million years ago. It was the period when the mammals started to conquer every ecosystem. The coral reefs got their modern look. Different...

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Cretaceous

The Cretaceous began 145 million years ago, and it ended 66 million years ago. It was the period when the sea level had its highest point. In the seas, tiny single-celled algae produced huge...