Data from: Climate change and the latitudinal selectivity of ancient marine extinctions

Carl J. Reddin, Ádám T. Kocsis & Wolfgang Kiessling
Geologically rapid climate change is anticipated to increase extinction risk non-uniformly across the Earth’s surface. Tropical species may be more vulnerable than temperate species to current climate warming because of high tropical climate velocities and reduced seawater oxygen levels. To test if rapid warming indeed preferentially increased the extinction risk of tropical fossil taxa, we combine a robust statistical assessment of latitudinal extinction selectivity (LES) with the dominant views on climate change occurring at ancient...
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