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Evidence Ediacaran Biota Members Survived Into the Cambrian

Biology / Paleontology : The Dragon's Tales

Transitional Ediacaran–Cambrian small skeletal fossil assemblages from South China and Kazakhstan: Implications for chronostratigraphy and metazoan evolution Authors: Yang et al Abstract: The Ediacaran–Cambrian transition records di...

No Sharp Delineation of Oxic/Anoxic Regions Across Cambrian/Ordovician Boundary PaleoOceans

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Redox conditions across the Cambrian–Ordovician boundary: Elemental and isotopic signatures retained in the GSSP carbonatesAuthors:Azmy et alAbstract:Lime mudstone samples (rhythmites) were collected at high resolution from outcrops...

Evidence of a Microbial Resurgence After the Cambrian Explosion

Biology / Paleontology : The Dragon's Tales

Mass-occurrence of oncoids at the Cambrian Series 2–Series 3 transition: Implications for microbial resurgence following an Early Cambrian extinctionAuthors:Zhang et alAbstract:The traditional Lower–Middle Cambrian transition (Cambr...

Nailing Down Cambrian–Ordovician Transition in Baltica Provides Headaches Globally

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The Cambrian–Ordovician transition in dysoxic facies in Baltica — diverse faunas and carbon isotope anomaliesAuthors:Terfelt et alAbstract:The Cambrian–Ordovician boundary interval in Scandinavia is characterized by largely endemic ...

Complex Feeding Patterns Five Million Years Before The Precambrian–Cambrian Boundary

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Trace Fossils with Spreiten from the Late Ediacaran Nama Group, Namibia: Complex Feeding Patterns Five Million Years Before The Precambrian–Cambrian Boundary Authors:Macdonald et alAbstract:Here we describe large, complex trace foss...

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