CO2 data during the Jurassic. Modified from the
co2 set in
RPANDA, originally taken from Mayhew
et al (2008, 2012).
A data frame with 53 rows and 2 variables:
A numeric vector representing time since the beginning of the data
frame age, 520 million years ago, in million years. We set this from past to
present as opposed to present to past since birth-death functions in
paleobuddy consider time going in said direction.
A numeric vector representing CO2 concentration as the ratio of
CO2 mass at
t over the present.
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Mayhew, P.J. et al (2008) A long-term association between global temperature and biodiversity, origination and extinction in the fossil record Proc. of the Royal Soc. B 275:47-53.
Mayhew, P.J. et al (2012) Biodiversity tracks temperature over time Proc. of the Nat. Ac. of Sci. of the USA 109:15141-15145.
Berner R.A. & Kothavala, Z. (2001) GEOCARB III: A revised model of atmospheric CO2 over Phanerozoic time Am. J. Sci. 301:182–204.
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