Original paper

Ediacaran reorganization of the marine phosphorus cycle

Volume: 117, Issue: 22, Pages: 11961 - 11967
Published: May 18, 2020
Significance The evolution of macroscopic animals in the latest Proterozoic Eon is associated with many changes in the geochemical environment, but the sequence of cause and effect remains a topic of intense research and debate. In this study, we use two apparently paradoxical observations—that massively phosphorus-rich rocks first appear at this time, and that the median P content of rocks does not change—to argue for a change in internal...
Paper Details
Ediacaran reorganization of the marine phosphorus cycle
Published Date
May 18, 2020
11961 - 11967
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