Toxic Panthalassa May Have Triggered end-Triassic Mass Extinction, Scientists Say

A mass extinction some 201 million years ago may have been triggered by changes in the biochemical balance of Panthalassa (also known as the Panthalassic Ocean) – the larger of the two oceans surrounding the supercontinent of Pangaea, according to a team of scientists led by Prof Jessica Whiteside from the University of Southampton, UK. [...] —> Read More