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The largest known mass extinction in Earth's history, about 252 million years ago at the end of the Permian Period, may have been caused by global warming.
Environmental selectivity during three of the â€˜Big Fiveâ€™ mass extinction events focus of two paleontologistsâ€™ latest research.
Tiny organisms that covered the planet more than 250 million years ago appear to be a species of ancient fungus that thrived in dead wood.
Did volatile halogenated gases from giant salt lakes at the end of the Permian Age lead to a mass extinction of species?
New scientific findings by geologist Robert Gastaldo of Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and colleagues call into question popular theories about the largest mass extinction in Earth's history.
DENVER, Oct. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cimarex Energy Co. today announced that it plans to report third-quarter 2008 financial results before the market opens on Tuesday, November 4, 2008. Cimarex will also host a conference call that day at 11:00 a.m. Mountain Time (1:00 p.m. Eastern Time).
Energen Corporation (NYSE: EGN) announced today that higher realized sales prices, increased production and improved utility results were major drivers of a 26 percent increase in third quarter earnings.
In geology as in cancer research, the silver bullet theory always gets the headlines and nearly always turns out to be wrong. For geologists who study mass extinctions, the silver bullet is a giant asteroid plunging to earth.
By Shen, Shu-Zhong Zhang, Yi-Chun ABSTRACT- The uppermost 5-15 m of the Douling Formation in the southern Hunan area. South China, yields a diverse fauna comprised of ammonoids, bivalves, and brachiopods.
By Radley, Jonathan Twitchett, Richard J; Mander, Luke; Cope, John Journal, Vol. 165, 2008, pp.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.