- Extraordinary fossil find sheds light on duck-billed dinosaurs
- They lived during the late Cretaceous Period, 85 to 66 million years ago and were widely distributed across the globe, with fossils found in present-day North America, China, and Europe.
- A new time tree reveals Earth history's imprint on the evolution of modern birds
- We found that the most recent common ancestor of modern birds inhabited South America around 95 million years ago, but it was not until the Cretaceous-Paleogene transition (66 million years ago) that Neornithes began to diversify rapidly around the world.
- Climate Change And Plate Tectonics Influenced The Evolution Of Modern Birds
- It is generally agreed upon that modern birds originated during the Cretaceous.
- Fossils Show How Ancient Seafloor Gave Rise to Life
- Signs of 125-million-year-old life lurk in rocks drilled from deep under the seafloor near Spain and Portugal, new research finds.
- New Geosphere themed issue: The anatomy of rifting Geological Society of America
- Jeffrey Amato and colleagues conducted a study of a Mesozoic suture zone in Northeastern Russia where two continental blocks collided sometime in the Cretaceous period. The South Anyui suture zone is a critical component of the tectonic history of the ...
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