Recent advances in understanding the terminal Ediacaran Earth-life system in South China and Arctic Siberia
Copyright: © 2019 CSIC. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial (by-nc) Spain 4.0 License. The terminal Ediacaran contains dramatic changes in biogeochemical cycles, many of which are closely coupled with evolutionary transitions in the corresponding fossil records. Dynamic redox conditions may have caused a profound impact on early animal evolution. Our work highlights the significance of integrated bio-, litho-, and chemo-stratigraphy in geobiology research of the deep time.
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Cui, H., Kaufman, A., Xiao, S., Grazhdankin, D., Peek, S., Martin, A., Bykova, N., Rogov, V., Liu, X., Zhang, F., Romaniello, S., Anbar, A., Peng, Y., Cai, Y., Schiffbauer, J., Meyer, M., Gilleaudeau, G., Plummer, R., Sievers, N., Goderis, S., & Claeys, P. (2019). Recent advances in understanding the terminal Ediacaran Earth-life system in South China and Arctic Siberia. Estudios Geologicos, 75 (2) https://doi.org/10.3989/EGEOL.43586.552