Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) are regions on Earth containing large amounts of volcanic material supposedly formed in relatively short periods of time. Five of the largest mass extinctions in the Earth’s history coincide with the eruptions of LIPs.
Kirsten E. Fristad (PGP, University of Oslo) discusses the causal relationships between these two events.
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