Data from: Oxygen, temperature and the deep-marine stenothermal cradle of Ediacaran evolution

Thomas H. Boag, Richard G. Stockey, Leanne E. Elder, Pincelli M. Hull & Erik A. Sperling
Ediacaran fossils document the early evolution of complex megascopic life, contemporaneous with geochemical evidence for widespread marine anoxia. These data suggest early animals experienced frequent hypoxia. Research has thus focused on the concentration of molecular oxygen (O2) required by early animals, while also considering the impacts of climate. One model, the Cold Cradle hypothesis, proposed the Ediacaran biota originated in cold, shallow-water environments due to increased O2 solubility. First, we demonstrate using principles of gas...
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