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Catastrophe at the Cretaceous-Palaeogene Boundary (66-65 million years ago)

Great catastrophes

Geological evidences of the catastrophe

In the "Catastrophe at the Cretaceous-Palaeogene boundary (66 -65 million years ago)" are considered geological evidences and benchmarks of the catastrophe:
- Volcanism outburst (volcanic eruptions),
- Accumulation of boundary clay,
- Iridium anomaly,
- Accumulation of soot,
- Change of a regime of sedimentation,
- Climatic alterations,
- Oxygen content reduction,
- Fauna and flora extinction,
- Other events,
and also 2 evidences of impact of the Earth with an asteroid are substantiated


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