The discovery of the K-T boundary (a thin, distinctive layer found in geological sediments worldwide), and the realisation that it coincided with mass extinctions 65 million years ago, heralded a major shift in the long-running debate about the demise of the dinosaurs. Join Andrew Glikson as he presents the evidence for our theories of the events that wiped out so many, yet allowed others to survive.
Speaker: Dr Andrew Glikson, Australian National University
Date: Wednesday 2 April
Time: 06:30PM until 07:45PM
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