Mar 22, 2020

For ancient deep-sea plankton, a long decline before extinction: The struggle to adapt to prehistoric climate change may hold lessons for today's world -- ScienceDaily

A new study of nearly 22,000 fossils finds that ancient plankton communities began changing in important ways as much as 400,000 years before massive die-offs ensued during the first of Earth's five great extinctions. The research suggests that the effects of environmental degradation can be subtle until they reach a tipping point, at which dramatic declines in population begin.

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