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  1. 'Ultraviolet spring' and the ecological consequences of catastrophic impacts
COCKELL, C.S.; BLAUSTEIN, A.R.
In: Ecology Letters, 3, 77-81
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  2. 13C minima follow extinction events: a clue to faunal radiation
Magaritz, M.
In: Geology, 17, No. 4, 337-340
Magaritz, M. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Acid rain at the K/T boundary
CRUTZEN, P.J.
In: Nature, 330, No. 6144, 108-109
CRUTZEN, P.J. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Antipodal hotspots and bipolar catastrophes: were oceanic large-body impacts the cause?
HAGSTRUM, J.T.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 236, No. 1-2, 13-27
HAGSTRUM, J.T. (Author)551.15ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Calibrating the Late Ordovician glaciation and mass extinction by the eccentricity cycles of Earth's orbit
SUTCLIFFE, O.E.; Dowdeswell, J.A.; Whittington, R.J.; THERON, J.N.; Craig, J.
In: Geology, 28, No. 11, 967-970
SUTCLIFFE, O.E. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Carbon and nitrogen isotope disturbances and an end-Norian (Late Triassic) extinction event
SEPHTON, M.A.; AMOR, K.; Franchi, I.A.; Wignall, P.B.; Newton, R.; ZONNEVELD, J.-P.
In: Geology, 30, No. 12, 1119-1122
SEPHTON, M.A. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Catastrophic extinctions and the inevitability of the improbable
Hsu, K.J.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 146, Pt. 5, 749-754
Hsu, K.J. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Catastrophic extinctions follow deforestation in Singapore
BROOK, B.W.; SODHI, N.S.; NG, P.K.L.
In: Nature, 424, No. 6947, 420-423
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  9. Chondritic meteorite fragments associated with the Permian-Triassic boundary in Antarctica
BASU, A.R.; PETAEV, M.I.; POREDA, R.J.; JACOBSEN, S.B.; Becker, L.
In: Science, 302, No. 5649, 1388-1392
BASU, A.R. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Comet showers as a cause of mass extinctions
HUT, P.; Alvarez, W.; ELDER, W.P.; HANSEN, T.; KAUFFMAN, E.G.; Keller, G.; SHOEMAKER, E.M.; WEISSMAN, P.R.
In: Nature, 329, No. 6135, 118-126
HUT, P. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  11. Comparative earth history and Late Permian mass extinction
Knoll, A.H.; BAMBACH, R.K.; Canfield, D.E.; GROTZINGER, J.P.
In: Science, 273, No. 5274, 452-457
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  12. Cooler winters as a possible cause of mass extinctions at the Eocene/Oligocene boundary
Ivany, L.C.; PATTERSON, W.P.; Lohmann, K.C.
In: Nature, 407, No. 6806, 887-890
Ivany, L.C. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. The Cretaceous-Tertiary biotic transition
Macleod, N.; Rawson, P.; Forey, P.L.; Hudson, J.D.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 154, Pt. 2, 265-292
Macleod, N. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 14. Cretaceous-Tertiary mass extinctions: biotic and environmental changes (1996)
Macleod, N.; Keller, G.
ISBN: 0393966577
Copies: 1
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  15. Crises and extinction in the fossil record - a role for ultraviolet radiation?
COCKELL, C.S.
In: Paleobiology, 25, No. 2, 212-225
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  16. Delayed biological recovery from extinctions throughout the fossil record
KIRCHNER, J.W.; WEIL, A.
In: Nature, 404, No. 6774, 177-180
KIRCHNER, J.W. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Determinants of extinction in the fossil record
PETERS, S.E.; FOOTE, M.
In: Nature, 416, No. 6879, 420-424
PETERS, S.E. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Discovery of fish mortality horizon at the K-T boundary on Seymour Island: re-evaluation of events at the end of the Cretaceous
Zinsmeister, W.J.
In: Journal of Paleontology, 72, No. 3, 556-571
Zinsmeister, W.J. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. Distinguishing between sudden and gradual extinctions in the fossil record: predicting the position of the Cretaceous-Tertiary iridium anomaly using the ammonite fossil record on Seymour Island, Antarctica
MARSHALL, C.R.
In: Geology, 23, No. 8, 731-734
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  20. Diversification and extinction in the history of life
Benton, M.J.
In: Science, 268, No. 5207, 52-58
Benton, M.J. (Michael J.) (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. Effect of climate-related mass extinctions on escalation in molluscs
HANSEN, T.A.; KELLEY, P.H.; MELLAND, V.D.; GRAHAM, S.E.
In: Geology, 27, No. 12, 1139-1142
HANSEN, T.A. (Author)564ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. The end and the beginning: recoveries from mass extinctions
ERWIN, D.H.
In: Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 13, No. 9, 344-349
ERWIN, D.H. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. End-Cretaceous mass extinction event: argument for terrestrial causation
HALLAM, A.
In: Science, 238, No. 4831, 1237-1242
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  24. The end-Permian mass extinction
ERWIN, D.H.
In: Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 21, 69-91
ERWIN, D.H. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. Eocene-Oligocene extinction and paleoclimatic change near Eugene, Oregon
Retallack, G.J.; ORR, W.N.; PROTHERO, D.R.; Duncan, R.A.; KESTER, P.R.; AMBERS, C.P.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 116, No. 7-8, 817-839
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Reserve a copy 26. Evolution and extinction. Proceedings of a joint symposium of the Royal Society and the Linnean Society held on 9 - 10 November 1988 (1989)
CHALONER, W.G.; HALLAM, A.
ISBN: 0854033912
Copies: 1
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Reserve a copy 27. Evolutionary catastrophes: the science of mass extinction (1999)
Courtillot, V.
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  28. Extended period of extinctions across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in planktonic foraminifera of continental-shelf sections: implications for impact and volcanism theories
Keller, G.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 101, No. 11, 1408-1419
Keller, G. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. Extent and duration of marine anoxia during the Frasnian-Famennian (Late Devonian) mass extinction in Poland, Germany, Austria and France
BOND, D.; Wignall, P.B.; Racki, G.
In: Geological Magazine, 141, No. 2, 173-193
BOND, D. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  30. Extraterrestrial amino acids in Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary sediments at Stevns Klint, Denmark
ZHAO, M.; BADA, J.L.
In: Nature, 339, No. 6224, 463-465
ZHAO, M. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Geochemistry of the end-Permian extinction event in Austria and Italy: no evidence for an extraterrestrial component
KOEBERL, C.; Farley, K.A.; PEUCKER-EHRENBRINK, B.; SEPHTON, M.A.
In: Geology, 32, No. 12, 1053-1056
KOEBERL, C. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. Geographic variation in the molluscan recovery from the end-Cretaceous extinction
Jablonski, D.
In: Science, 279, No. 5355, 1327-1330
Jablonski, D. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Geography of end-Cretaceous marine bivalve extinctions
Raup, D.M.; Jablonski, D.
In: Science, 260, No. 5110, 971-973
Raup, D.M. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  34. Global fire at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary
WOLBACH, W.S.; GILMOUR, I.; Anders, E.; ORTH, C.J.; Brooks, R.R.
In: Nature, 334, No. 6184, 665-669
WOLBACH, W.S. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  35. Gradual mass extinction, species survivorship, and long-term environmental changes across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in high latitudes
Keller, G.; BARRERA, E.; Schmitz, B.; MATTSON, E.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 105, No. 8, 979-997
Keller, G. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. Hiatus distributions and mass extinctions at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary
Macleod, N.; Keller, G.
In: Geology, 19, No. 5, 497-501
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  37. How catastrophic was the end-Triassic mass extinction?
HALLAM, A.
In: Lethaia, 35, No. 2, 147-157
HALLAM, A. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. Impact ejecta layer from the Mid-Devonian: possible connection to global mass extinctions
Ellwood, B.B.; BENOIST, S.L.; EL HASSANI, A.; WHEELER, C.; CRICK, R.E.
In: Science, 300, No. 5626, 1734-1737
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Reserve a copy 39. Impossible extinction: natural catastrophes and the supremacy of the microbial world (2003)
COCKELL, C.S.
ISBN: 0521817366
Copies: 2
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  40. Is the periodicity of extinctions a taxonomic artefact?
PATTERSON, C.; SMITH, A.B.; SEPKOSKI, J.J.
In: Nature, 330, No. 6145, 248-251
PATTERSON, C. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  41. Land-plant diversity and the end-Permian mass extinction
Rees, P.M.
In: Geology, 30, No. 9, 827-830
Rees, P.M. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  42. Landscape ecological shift at the Permian-Triassic boundary in Antarctica
Retallack, G.J.; KRULL, E.S.
In: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (BAS), 46, No. 5, 785-812
Retallack, G.J. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  43. Late Cretaceous extinction patterns in Antarctica
Crame, J.A.; Lomas, S.A.; Pirrie, D.; LUTHER, A.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 153, Pt. 4, 503-506
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  44. A Late Silurian extinction event and anachronistic period
CALNER, M.
In: Geology, 33, No. 4, 305-308
CALNER, M. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 45. La lógica de las extinciones (1996)
Agusti, Jordi; Benton, M.J.; Erwin, D.H.; Jablonski, D.; Kauffman, E.G.; Kowalski, Kazimierz; Margalef, R
ISBN: 8472239454
Copies: 1
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  46. Mass extinction probed
MARSHALL, C.R.
In: Nature, 392, No. 6671, 17, 19-20
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Reserve a copy 47. Mass extinctions and their aftermath (1997)
HALLAM, A.; Wignall, P.B.
ISBN: 0198549172
Copies: 1
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  48. Mass extinctions, atmospheric sulphur and climatic warming at the K/T boundary
RAMPINO, M.R.; Volk, T.
In: Nature, 332, No. 6159, 63-65
RAMPINO, M.R. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  49. Mass extinctions. Amino acids and bolide impacts
CRONIN, J.R.
In: Nature, 339, No. 6224, 423-424
CRONIN, J.R. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  50. Mass extinctions. Gradual volcanic catastrophes?
COX, K.G.
In: Nature, 333, No. 6176, 802
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  51. Mass extinctions: ecological selectivity and primary production
RHODES, M.C.; THAYER, C.W.
In: Geology, 19, No. 9, 877-880
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Reserve a copy 52. Mass extinctions: processes and evidence (1989)
Donovan, S.K.
ISBN: 1852930594
Copies: 1
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  53. Mass mortalities and mass extinctions
CADEE, G.C.
In: Lethaia, 32, No. 4, 318-320
CADEE, G.C. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  54. Mass mortalities and mass extinctions
Zinsmeister, W.J.
In: Lethaia, 35, No. 1, 20
Zinsmeister, W.J. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  55. Mass origination versus mass extinction: the biological contribution to the Pliensbachian-Toarcian extinction event
ABERHAN, M.; Fursich, F.T.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 157, Pt. 1, 55-60
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  56. Methane-driven oceanic eruptions and mass extinctions
RYSKIN, G.
In: Geology, 31, No. 9, 741-744
RYSKIN, G. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  57. A model of correlated episodicity in magnetic-field reversals, climate, and mass extinctions
LOPER, D.E.; McCARTNEY, K.; BUZYNA, G.
In: Journal of Geology, 96, No. 1, 1-15
LOPER, D.E. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  58. Pattern of vertebrate extinctions across an event bed at the Permian-Triassic boundary in the Karoo Basin of South Africa
Smith, R.M.H.; WARD, P.D.
In: Geology, 29, No. 12, 1147-1150
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  59. The Permian-Triassic boundary & mass extinction in China
Metcalfe, I.; Nicoll, R.S.; Mundil, R.
In: Episodes (BAS), 24, No. 4, 239-244
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  60. Polar radiation and extinction events
Crame, J.A.
In: Abstracts, 28th Geological Congress, Washington, D.C., July 9-19, 1989, 1, 337
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  61. Polar winter: a biological model for impact events and related dark/cold climatic changes
COCKELL, C.S.; STOKES, M.D.
In: Climatic Change, 41, 151-173
COCKELL, C.S. (Author)551.583ArticleAdd To Basket
  62. Primary productivity and the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary event in the oceans
ARTHUR, M.A.; Zachos, J.C.; Jones, D.S.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 8, No. 1, 43-54
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  63. Progress at the K-T boundary
Jablonski, D.
In: Nature, 387, No. 6631, 354-355
Jablonski, D. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  64. Rapid and synchronous collapse of marine and terrestrial ecosystems during the end-Permian biotic crisis
Twitchett, R.J.; LOOY, C.V.; MORANTE, R.; Visscher, H.; Wignall, P.B.
In: Geology, 29, No. 4, 351-354
Twitchett, R.J. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  65. Rapid marine recovery after the end-Permian mass-extinction event in the absence of marine anoxia
Twitchett, R.J.; KRYSTYN, L.; Baud, A.; WHEELEY, J.R.; RICHOZ, S.
In: Geology, 32, No. 9, 805-808
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  66. Sampling, species abundance, and the stratigraphic signature of mass extinction: a test using Holocene tidal flat molluscs
MELDAHL, K.H.
In: Geology, 18, No. 9, 890-893
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  67. Sedimentology and extinction patterns across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary interval in east Texas
HANSEN, T.; Farrand, R.B.; MONTGOMERY, H.A.; BILLMAN, H.G.; BLECHSCHMIDT, G.
In: 33, No. 1 Cretaceous Research (BAS), 8, No. 3, 229-252
HANSEN, T. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  68. Selective extinction among end-Triassic European bivalves
McROBERTS, C.A.; NEWTON, C.R.
In: Geology, 23, No. 2, 102-104
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  69. Selective extinction and survival across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain
GALLAGHER, W.B.
In: Geology, 19, No. 10, 967-970
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  70. Selectivity of end-Cretaceous marine bivalve extinctions
Jablonski, D.; Raup, D.M.
In: Science, 268, No. 5209, 389-391
Jablonski, D. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  71. Selectivity of extinction among sea urchins at the end of the Cretaceous period
SMITH, A.B.; JEFFERY, C.H.
In: Nature, 392, No. 6671, 69-71
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  72. Self-similarity of extinction statistics in the fossil record
SOLE, R.V.; MANRUBIA, S.C.; Benton, M.J.; BAK, P.
In: Nature, 388, No. 6644, 764-767
SOLE, R.V. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  73. Sudden and gradual molluscan extinctions in the latest Cretaceous of Western European Tethys
MARSHALL, C.R.; WARD, P.D.
In: Science, 274, No. 5291, 1360-1363
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  74. Surface-water acidification and extinction at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary
D'Hondt, S.; PILSON, M.E.Q.; Sigurdsson, H.; HANSON, A.K.; CAREY, S.
In: Geology, 22, No. 11, 983-986
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  75. Synchroneity of climatic change and extinctions in the Late Triassic
Simms, M.J.; RUFFELL, A.H.
In: Geology, 17, No. 3, 265-268
Simms, M.J. (Michael J.) (Author)551.583.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  76. Synchrony between Early Jurassic extinction, oceanic anoxic event, and the Karoo-Ferrar flood basalt volcanism
Palfy, J.; Smith, P.L.
In: Geology, 28, No. 8, 747-750
Palfy, J. (Jozsef) (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  77. Temperature and extinction in the sea: a physiologist's view
Clarke, A.
In: Paleobiology, 19, No. 4, 499-518
Clarke, A. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  78. Terrestrial and marine extinction at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary synchronized with major carbon-cycle perturbation: a link to initiation of massive volcanism?
HESSELBO, S.P.; ROBINSON, S.A.; SURLYK, F.; Piasecki, S.
In: Geology, 30, No. 3, 251-254
HESSELBO, S.P. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  79. Two episodes of microbial change coupled with Permo/Triassic faunal mass extinction
XIE, S.; Pancost, R.D.; Yin, H.; Wang, H.; EVERSHED, R.P.
In: Nature, 434, No. 7032, 494-497
XIE, S. (Author)575.835ArticleAdd To Basket
  80. Victims of the Early Toarcian anoxic event: the radiation and extinction of Jurassic Koninckinidae (Brachiopoda)
VOROS, A.
In: Lethaia, 35, No. 4, 345-357
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Reserve a copy 81. Volcanism, impacts, and mass extinctions : causes and effects (2014)
Keller, G.; Kerr, A.C.
ISBN: 9780813725055
Copies: 1
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Reserve a copy 82. When life nearly died: the greatest mass extinction of all time (2003)
Benton, M.J.
ISBN: 050005116X
Copies: 2
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