Warming pulses in ancient climate record link volcanoes, asteroid impact and dinosaur-killing mass extinction

A new reconstruction of Antarctic ocean temperatures around the time the dinosaurs disappeared 66 million years ago supports the idea that one of the planet’s biggest mass extinctions was due to the combined effects of volcanic eruptions and an asteroid impact.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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