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Approaches the Cretaceous extinction from the perspective of the fossil record. Archibald conducts a systematic review of the terrestrial vertebrate biota, and argues that the newest fossil evidence shows it is possible that no single cause can be held responsible for the radical changes of the period. He maintains that marine regression, habitat fragmentation, meteor impacts, and volcanic eruptions all contributed to the extinction of the dinosaurs.