Stangelove and Living Ocean -Two Long-Held Mass Extinction Theories Confirmed

Ocean Mass Extinction


Two long-held theories –the “Strangelove Ocean” and “Living Ocean” theories– about the last great mass extinction event in history when a meteor slammed into Earth at the end of the Cretaceous period and how it affected Earth’s oceans, have been confirmed by a new study led by Yale University. The researchers say findings may also answer questions about how marine life eventually recovered.