Red algae fossil diversity since the Jurassic
Red algae fossil diversity since the Jurassic compiled from the Neptune Database (Lazarus, 1994) and Paleobiology Database (https://paleobiodb.org/). Diversity curves are estimated at the genus level using shareholder quorum subsampling (Alroy, 2010) at two-million-year bins. The format is a dataframe with the two following variables:
a numeric vector corresponding to the geological age, in Myrs before the present
a numeric vector corresponding to the estimated Red algae change at that age
Lazarus, D. (1994) Neptune: A marine micropaleontology database Mathematical Geology 26:817–832
Alroy, J. (2010) Geographical, environmental and intrinsic biotic controls on Phanerozoic marine diversification: Controls on phanerozoic marine diversification Palaeontology 53:1211–1235
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