Data from: Flat latitudinal diversity gradient caused by the Permo-Triassic mass extinction

Haijun Song, Shan Huang, Enhao Jia, Xu Dai, Paul Wignall & Alexander Dunhill
The latitudinal diversity gradient (LDG) is recognized as one of the most pervasive, global patterns of present-day biodiversity. However, the controlling mechanisms have proved difficult to identify because many potential drivers covary in space. The geological record presents a unique opportunity for understanding the mechanisms which drive the LDG by providing a direct window to deep time biogeographic dynamics. Here we used a comprehensive database containing 52,318 occurrences of marine fossils to show that the...
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