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Q: An enormous rifting occurred, causing massive floods of basaltic lavas and the release of large amounts of gas. This is thought to have been the cause of which mass extinction
A: the end Triassic mass extinction
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User: What are the possible causes of the Late Devonian extinction

User: An enormous rifting occurred, causing massive floods of basaltic lavas and the release of large amounts of gas. This is thought to have been the cause of which mass extinction

Weegy: the end Triassic mass extinction
toxictoast96|Points 2307|

User: Match each extinction to its appropriate characteristic. 1. Cretaceous-Tertiary the earliest mass extinction on record 2. End Triassic worst mass extinction in Earth's history 3. Permian-Triassic possibly caused by massive rifting of Earth's surface 4. Late Devonian killed off the dinosaurs 5. Ordovician-Silurian possibly caused by forest grow o

Weegy: Permian-Triasic
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: Match each extinction to its appropriate characteristic. 1. Cretaceous-Tertiary the earliest mass extinction on record 2. End Triassic worst mass extinction in Earth's history 3. Permian-Triassic possibly caused by massive rifting of Earth's surface 4. Late Devonian killed off the dinosaurs 5. Ordovician-Silurian possibly caused by forest grow on Earth's land surface

Weegy: Permian-Triasic
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: the earliest mass extinction on record

Weegy: Do you have the multiple choices? or only blank answer?
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: Cretaceous-Tertiary the earliest mass extinction on record 2. End Triassic worst mass extinction in Earth's history 3. Permian-Triassic possibly caused by massive rifting of Earth's surface 4. Late Devonian killed off the dinosaurs 5. Ordovician-Silurian possibly caused by forest grow on Earth's

Weegy: Ordovician-Silurian
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: Cretaceous-Tertiary

Weegy: The Cretaceous?Tertiary extinction event, which occurred approximately 65.5 million years ago (Ma), was a large-scale mass extinction of animal and plant species in a geologically short period of time. [ Widely known as the K?T extinction event, it is associated with a geological signature known as the K?T boundary, usually a thin band of sedimentation found in various parts of the world. K is the traditional abbreviation for the Cretaceous Period derived from the German name Kreidezeit, and T is the abbreviation for the Tertiary Period (a historical term for the period of time now covered by the Paleogene and Neogene periods). The event marks the end of the Mesozoic Era and the beginning of the Cenozoic Era.[1] With "Tertiary" being discouraged as a formal time or rock unit by the International Commission on Stratigraphy, the K?T event is now called the Cretaceous?Paleogene (or K?Pg) extinction event by many researchers.[2] ]
debnjerry|Points 27517|

User: End Triassic

Weegy: ill have that for you in a sec
knowledgeispower|Points 162|

User: Select all of the answers that apply. The Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction, the most famous of the Big Five, has been attributed to what major event(s) that triggered the extinction of the dinosaurs? an asteroid hitting the earth massive volcanoes erupting around the world rapid growth of forests on land surfaces falling sea levels increased competition from mammals

Weegy: Two prominent theories of extinction are climate change and an asteroid hitting the Earth.
diharpie|Points 2725|

User: Bryozoans are invertebrates, sometimes referred to as moss animals, that evolved before the Ordovician-Silurian extinction.

Weegy: False
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: The mass extinction that was most likely caused by the formation and retreat of glaciers was the _____ extinction.

User: The mass extinction that was most likely caused by the formation and retreat of glaciers was the _____ extinction. Cretaceous-Tertiary End Triassic Permian-Triassic Late Devonian Ordovician-Silurian

Weegy: Ordovician-Silurian, have another question?
ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|

User: Before the Ordovician-Silurian extinction, the diversity of life on Earth was growing enormously due to _____. shallow, warm, continental seas overpopulation of land forests cold, glaciated oceans unknown reasons comets hitting the earth

Weegy: Overpopulation of land forests
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: 1. Cretaceous-Tertiary the earliest mass extinction on record 2. End Triassic worst mass extinction in Earth's history 3. Permian-Triassic possibly caused by massive rifting of Earth's surface 4. Late Devonian killed off the dinosaurs 5. Ordovician-Silurian possibly caused by forest grow on Earth'

Weegy: Permian-Triasic
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: worst mass extinction in Earth's history

Weegy: Despite some controversial evidence that an asteroid or comet caused the worst mass extinction in history, [ most researchers now believe a combination of volcanic activity and a warming climate was the cause. New research announced today further supports this majority view. The Great Dying, as it is called, occurred 250 million years ago, at the end of the Permian Era. More than 90 percent of all species were wiped out. That much is well documented in the fossil record. ]
boopydoop1|Points 2229|

User: killed off the dinosaurs

User: Select all of the answers that apply. What are the possible causes of the Late Devonian extinction? asteroid hitting the earth sea level changes overpopulation of sea organisms growth of land forests climate changes

Weegy: Two prominent theories of extinction are climate change and an asteroid hitting the Earth.
knowledgeispower|Points 162|

User: Match each extinction to its appropriate characteristic. 1. Cretaceous-Tertiary possibly caused by massive rifting of Earth's surface 2. End Triassic the earliest mass extinction on record 3. Permian-Triassic killed off the dinosaurs 4. Late Devonian worst mass extinction in Earth's history 5. Ordovician-Silurian possibly caused by forest grow on Earth's land surface

Weegy: Permian-Triasic
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: Permian-Triassic possibly caused by forest grow on Earth's land surface

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