Stilbite and Chalcedony. from The Deccan "Traps" of India.

Stilbite and Chalcedony. from The Deccan "Traps" of India.

Two massive magma plumes fuelled Deccan Traps eruption 65 million years ago

A project under way off the coast of Mexico may finally resolve a longstanding controversy

The K-Pg boundary.  New study suggests both Deccan Traps and Chicxulub impact to blame for extinctions.

The K-Pg boundary. New study suggests both Deccan Traps and Chicxulub impact to blame for extinctions.

Stilbite and Chalcedony. from The Deccan "Traps" of India.

Stilbite and Chalcedony. from The Deccan "Traps" of India.

Experts have reconstructed a mass eruption  in The Deccan Traps in India, which is thought to have contributed to the demise of three-quarters of plant and animal species on Earth - including the dinosaurs (stock image)

Did a double plume of magma cause the extinction of the dinosaurs?

Experts have reconstructed a mass eruption in The Deccan Traps in India, which is thought to have contributed to the demise of three-quarters of plant and animal species on Earth - including the dinosaurs (stock image)

Apophyllite refers to a specific group of phyllo silicates, a class of minerals that also includes mica.

Green Apophyllite with Stilbite- cleanses and balances heart chakra, letting go and moving froward, developing psychic channels with nature, remove body toxins.

Fig.  3.  Relative thickness of Deccan lava flows in each of the three phases of volcanic eruptions calculated as percent of total Deccan trap thickness.  Ages based on paleomagnetic time scale4.

Relative thickness of Deccan lava flows in each of the three phases of volcanic eruptions calculated as percent of total Deccan trap thickness. Ages based on paleomagnetic time

Dinosaur Asteroid Impact Extinction Theory Challenged - Blame the Deccan Traps

In search of the bizarre "Shiva crater" off the coast of India. Could this be evidence of another Late Cretaceous impact event?

Deccan Traps

The Deccan Traps and Reunion hotspot track are well explained as melting of delaminated, recycled continental mantle lithosphere and a propagating crack.

A volcanic cause for the extinction of the dinosaurs? - New research from Princeton University, New Jersey, has produced the most accurate estimate so far for the age of the Deccan Traps in India. These enormous outpourings of lava, now preserved as basalt, are...Click pin to read the full article.

New research from Princeton University, New Jersey, has produced the most accurate estimate so far for the age of the Deccan Traps in India. These enormous outpourings of lava, now preserved as basalt, are.

Meteor and Deccan traps 66 mya

Asteroid that killed off dinosaurs triggered largest lava flows ever

The huge asteroid that hit Earth 66 million years ago was very bad timing for the dinosaurs, a new study says—it wiped them out, but they probably would have survived if it had hit at a "more. Science News Summaries.

Around 66 million years ago an asteroid nearly six miles wide slammed into the Earth creating a more than 110-mile crater. The ensuing tsunamis incinerations impact winter acid rain and eventual 13F (7C) increase of the Earth's temperature exterminated many species including the dinosaurs and perhaps the ocean's ammonites. But was that the real or only cause of the mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous? There is evidence that a huge volcanic area of India called the Deccan traps at…

Around 66 million years ago an asteroid nearly six miles wide slammed into the Earth creating a more than crater.

Research on Deccan Traps in India reveals massive rise in lava flows around time of impact of Mexico’s Chicxulub crater 65m years ago, increasing the catastrophe for ecosystems

Asteroid that killed dinosaurs also intensified volcanic eruptions - study

Torvosaurus gurneyi: New Giant Dinosaur Discovered in Portugal during the Jurassic.

Torvosaurus gurneyi, named after paleo-illustrator James Gurney of Dinotopia fame, measured 10 meters ft) and possessed teeth 10 centimeters in) long. It is also thought to possess a light covering of fuzz or bristles, precursors to feathers.

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