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Cretaceous warming and environmental changes linked to volcanism
The mid-Cretaceous period is one of the warmest climate periods in the history of Earth. Although the long-term (>1 my) warming trend during mid-Cretaceous is considered to have caused by activated volcanism in mid-Ocean ridges, increased volcanic activities in subduction zones also may have contributed to global warming during 100-80 Ma. On the other hand, emplacements of Large Igneous Provinces (LIPs) during mid-Cretaceous induced transient rapid warming (<1 my) through outgassing of volcanicdoi:10.14825/kaseki.101.0_69 fatcat:7774sp5x3jcyjgbrk3jvmjkkam