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In-text: (Devine, Sigurdsson, Davis and Self, 1984)
Your Bibliography: Devine, J., Sigurdsson, H., Davis, A. and Self, S., 1984. Estimates of sulfur and chlorine yield to the atmosphere from volcanic eruptions and potential climatic effects. J. Geophys. Res., 89(B7), p.6309.
In-text: (Martin and Macdougall, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Martin, E. and Macdougall, J., 1995. Sr and Nd isotopes at the prmian/triassic boundary: A record of climate change. Chemical Geology, 125(1-2), pp.73-99.
In-text: (Venkatesan, Kumar, Gopalan and Al'Mukhamedov, 1997)
Your Bibliography: Venkatesan, T., Kumar, A., Gopalan, K. and Al'Mukhamedov, A., 1997. 40Ar–39Ar age of Siberian basaltic volcanism. Chemical Geology, 138(3-4), pp.303-310.
In-text: (Wignall, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Wignall, P., 2001. Large igneous provinces and mass extinctions. Earth-Science Reviews, 53(1-2), pp.1-33.
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