By: D Erwin
352 pages, 96 illus
Examines the mass-extinction which occurred roughly 225 million years ago, encompassing not only the pattern and causes of marine and terrestrial extinction but also the geologic, palaeoclimatic and geochemical events of the Late Permian and Early Triassic.
An ambitious attempt to review the broad range of physical and biological events of the late Permian and early Triassic. Erwin examines, evaluates, and synthesizes a tremendous volume of research, much of it new... [A]n invaluable reference for anyone interested in the phenomenon of mass extinction and will undoubtedly fuel many graduate seminars in the coming year. Science
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