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Coal-Burning in Siberia 250 Million Years Ago Led to Climate Change & Caused the Earth’s Most Severe Extinction Event – SciTechDaily

A team of researchers led by Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration Professor Lindy Elkins-Tanton has provided the first ever direct evidence that extensive coal burning in Siberia is a cause of the Permo-Triassic Extinction, the Earth…



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A lump of coal weathering out from Siberian flood basalts in a quarry near the town of Ust Ilimsk. Credit: Scott Simper
A team of researchers led by Arizona State University School of Earth and Spac…

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