Catastrophic Events and Mass Extinctions: Impacts and Beyond

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Christian Koeberl, Kenneth G. MacLeod
Geological Society of America, 2002 - 746 pàgines
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Meteors and comets in ancient Mexico
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Impact lethality and risks in todays world Lessons for interpreting Earth history
7
Tracers of the extraterrestrial component in sediments and inferences for Earths accretion history
21
Geophysical constraints on the size and structure of the Chicxulub impact crater
39
MicroRaman and optical identification of coesite in suevite from Chicxulub
47
Distribution of Chicxulub ejecta at the CretaceousTertiary boundary
55
Generation and propagation of a tsunami from the CretaceousTertiary impact event
69
Mass wasting of Atlantic continental margins following the Chicxulub impact event
79
Abruptness of the endPermian mass extinction as determined from biostratigraphic and cyclostratigraphic analyses of European western Tethyan secti...
415
PermianTrias sic boundary in the northwest Karoo basin Current stratigraphic placement implications for basin development models and the search f...
429
Chemical signatures of the PermianTriasic transitional environment in Spiti Valley India
445
Synchronous record of 613C shifts in the oceans and atmosphere at the end of the Permian
455
Late Ordovician extinction A Laurentian view
463
Late Devonian sealevel changes catastrophic events and mass extinctions
473
Impactgenerated carbonate accretionary lapilli in the Late Devonian Alamo Breccia
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Continental TriassicJurassic boundary in central Pangea Recent progress and discussion of an Ir anomaly
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Sequence stratigraphy and sealevel change across the CretaceousTertiary boundary
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Complex tsunami waves suggested by the CretaceousTertiary boundary deposit at the Moncada section western Cuba
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CretaceousTertiary boundary sequence in the Cacarajicara Formation western Cuba An impactrelated highenergy gravityflow deposit
125
Multiple spherule layers in the late Maastrichtian of northeastern Mexico
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Two anomalies of platinum group elements above the CretaceousTertiary boundary at Beloc Haiti Geochemical context and consequences for the im...
163
CretaceousTertiary boundary at Blake Nose Ocean Drilling Program Leg 17IB A record of the Chicxulub impact ejecta
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Global occurrence of magnetic and superparamagnetic iron phases in CretaceousTertiary boundary clays
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CretaceousTertiary profile rhythmic deposition and geomagnetic polarity reversals of marine sediments near Bjala Bulgaria
213
Paleoenvironment across the CretaceousTertiary transition in eastern Bulgaria
231
CretaceousTertiary boundary planktic foraminiferal mass extinction and biochronology at La Ceiba and Bochil Mexico and El Kef Tunisia
253
Distribution pattern of calcareous dinoflagellate cysts across the CretaceousTertiary boundary Fish Clay Stevns Klint Denmark Implications for our u...
265
Abrupt extinction and subsequent reworking of Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera across the CretaceousTertiary boundaryEvidence from the subtro...
277
Faunal changes across the CretaceousTertiary KT boundary in the Atlantic coastal plain of New Jersey Restructuring the marine community after the ...
291
Giant ground birds at the CretaceousTertiary boundary Extinction or survival?
303
Dinosaurs that did not die Evidence for Paleocene dinosaurs in the Ojo Alamo Sandstone San Juan Basin New Mexico
307
Sulfur isotopic compositions across terrestrial CretaceousTertiary boundary successions
337
Natural fullerenes from the CretaceousTertiary boundary layer at Anjar Kutch India
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Organic geochemical investigation of terrestrial CretaceousTertiary boundary successions from Brownie Butte Montana and the Raton Basin New Me...
351
EndPermian mass extinctions A review
363
PermianTriassic boundary in the southwestern United States Hiatus or continuity?
385
Extent duration and nature of the PermianTrias sic superanoxic event
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Dating the endTriassic and Early Jurassic mass extinctions correlative large igneous provinces and isotopic events
523
Sealevel changes and black shales associated with the late Paleocene thermal maximum Organicgeochemical and micropaleontologic evidence from t...
533
Sedimentary record of impact events in Spain
551
Postglacial impact events in Estonia and their influence on people and the environment
563
Mineralogical investigations of experimentally shocked dolomite Implications for the outgassing of carbonates
571
How strong was impactinduced CO2 degassing in the CretaceousTertiary event? Numerical modeling of shock recovery experiments
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Laboratory impact experiments versus natural impact events
595
Comparison of the osmium and chromium isotopic methods for the detection of meteoritic components in impactites Examples from the Morokweng...
607
Numerical modeling of the formation of large impact craters
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Multiple stages of condensation in impactproduced vapor clouds
631
On the completeness of the discovery rate of the potentially hazardous asteroids
645
Possible sources of Earth crossers
651
Measurement of the lunar impact record for the past 35 by and implications for the Nemesis theory
659
Role of the galaxy in periodic impacts and mass extinctions on the Earth
667
Solar system linked to a gigantic interstellar cloud during the past 500 my Implications for a galactic theory of terrestrial catastrophism
679
Grazing meteoroids could ignite continentalscale fires
685
Atmospheric erosion and radiation impulse induced by impacts
695
Toxins produced by meteorite impacts and their possible role in a biotic mass extinction
705
Modeling longterm climatic effects of impacts First results
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Index
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