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Les extinctions dans l’histoire des êtres vivants… et dans celle de la paléontologie (E. Buffetaut)

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Buffetaut E. (2002). - Cuvier, le découvreur de mondes disparus. Belin / Pour la Science, Paris, 160 p.
Buffetaut E. (2003). - La fin des dinosaures. Comment les grandes extinctions ont façonné le monde vivant. Fayard, Paris, 252 p.
Buffetaut E. (2008). - Les dinosaures sont-ils un échec de l’évolution ? Éditions Le Pommier, Paris, 64 p.
Courtillot V. (1995). - La vie en catastrophes. Fayard, Paris, 288 p.
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La fin du monde protérozoïque (F. Debrenne)

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La plus grande crise biologique de tous les temps : la vie frôle l’extinction il y a 250 millions d’années (S. Crasquin et M.-B. Forel)

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Une extinction à retardement : l’exemple des chondrichtyens au Permien-Trias (G. Cuny)

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Combien y avait-il d’espèces de dinosaures à la limite Crétacé-Tertiaire ? (J. Le Loeuff)

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Chicxulub ou l’astéroïde tueur de dinosaures (E. Robin)

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Molina, E., Alegret, L., Arenillas, I., Arz, J.A., Gallala, N., Hardenbol, J., Von Salis, K., Steurbaut, E., Vandenberghe, N. and Zaghbib-Turki, D. (2006). - The Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point for the base of the Danian Stage (Paleocene, Paleogene, "Tertiary", Cenozoic) at El Kef, Tunisia - Original definition and revision. Episodes, 29(4), p. 263-278.
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Robin, E., Boclet, D., Bonté, P., Froget, L., Jéhanno, C. and Rocchia, R. (1991). - The stratigraphic distribution of Ni-rich spinels in Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary rocks at El Kef (Tunisia), Caravaca (Spain) and Hole 761C (Leg 122). Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 107, p. 715-721.
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Diversité, évolution et extinction des ammonoïdés (F. Cecca et I. Rouget)

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L’extinction du mastodonte (P. Tassy)

Tassy P. (2009). – L'invention du Mastodonte. Aux origines de la paléontologie. Belin / Pour la science, Paris, 159 p.

 

 

L’extinction du dodo (A. Angst)

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