The Permian Extinction and the Tethys

The Permian Extinction and the Tethys

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The extinction that wiped out 95% of the living species at the end of the Paleozoic era can be explained by the fact that when it happened, all landmasses were one continent, Pangea, with an inner ocean, the Paleo-Tethys. This ocean included the richest nwe get 1, 150, 000 km3, which is near the lower estimate for the volume of the Tunguska trap volume. ... related to regional, broad strike-slip represented by the Nadym and other associated much smaller basins along the Irtysh-Gornostaev kei- rogen in a time span of some 4 Ma? ... This is based on the simple inference that since India collided with Asia, some 2000a€“2500 km intracontinental shorteninganbsp;...

Title:The Permian Extinction and the Tethys
Author: A. M. Celâl ?engör, Saniye Atayman
Publisher:Geological Society of America - 2009

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