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Unexpected Early Triassic marine ecosystem and the rise of the Modern evolutionary fauna
Brayard, A.; Krumenacker, L.J.; Botting, J.P.; Jenks, J.F.; Bylund, K.G.; Fara, E.; Vennin, E.; Olivier, N.; Goudemand, N.; Saucède, T.; Charbonnier, S.; Romano, C.; Doguzhaeva, L.; Thuy, B.; Hautmann, M.; Stephen, D.A.; Thomazo, C.; Escarguel, G. (2017). Unexpected Early Triassic marine ecosystem and the rise of the Modern evolutionary fauna. Science Advances 3(2): e1602159. hdl.handle.net/10.1126/sciadv.1602159
In: Science Advances. AAAS: New York. ISSN 2375-2548, more
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Keywords
Author keywords
    End-Permian mass extinction; biotic recovery; Early Triassic; arine ecosystems; Paris biota

Authors  Top 
  • Brayard, A.
  • Krumenacker, L.J.
  • Botting, J.P.
  • Jenks, J.F.
  • Bylund, K.G.
  • Fara, E.
  • Vennin, E.
  • Olivier, N.
  • Goudemand, N.
  • Saucède, T.
  • Charbonnier, S.
  • Romano, C.
  • Doguzhaeva, L.
  • Thuy, B.
  • Hautmann, M.
  • Stephen, D.A.
  • Thomazo, C.
  • Escarguel, G.

Abstract
    A new marine fossil assemblage from the Early Triassic shows unexpected phyletic diversity and functional complexity.

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