Systemic swings in end-Permian climate from Siberian Traps carbon and sulfur outgassing - link to CESM model output, supplement to: Black, Benjamin A; Neely, Ryan R; Lamarque, Jean-François; Elkins-Tanton, Linda; Kiehl, Jeffrey T; Shields, Christine A; Mills, Michael; Bardeen, Charles (2018): Systemic swings in end-Permian climate from Siberian Traps carbon and sulfur outgassing. Nature Geoscience, 11(12), 949-954

Benjamin A Black, Ryan R Neely, Jean-François Lamarque, Linda Elkins-Tanton, Jeffrey T Kiehl, Christine A Shields, Michael Mills & Charles Bardeen
Siberian Traps flood basalt magmatism coincided with the end-Permian mass extinction approximately 252 million years ago. Proposed links between magmatism and ecological catastrophe include global warming, global cooling, ozone depletion, and changes in ocean chemistry. However, the critical combinations of environmental changes responsible for global mass extinction are undetermined. In particular, the combined and competing climate effects of sulfur and carbon outgassing remain to be quantified. Here we present model outputs from global climate model...
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