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Stanford scientists link ocean acidification to prehistoric mass extinction

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Earth experienced its biggest mass extinction 250 million years ago. New evidence from Stanford, which looks at calcium isotopes, suggests massive volcanic eruptions were to blame for ocean acidification that wiped out 90 percent of marine biodiversity. The result may parallel today's climate change and ocean acidification.

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