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Rising mountains, cooling oceans prompted spread of invasive species 450 million years ago


August 21, 2013

slab of rock with fossils of the invasive species New Ohio University research suggests that the rise of an early phase of the Appalachian Mountains and cooling oceans allowed invasive species to upset the North American ecosystem 450 million years ago. Full Story

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