1. Dinosaurs wiped out by asteroid, not volcanoes, researchers say  The Guardian
  2. Volcanoes may have helped life bounce back after dinosaur-killing asteroid strike  National Geographic
  3. Climate Change Killed The Dinosaurs. ‘Drastic Global Winter’ After Asteroid Strike, Say Scientists  Forbes
  4. Asteroid that slammed into Earth 66 million years ago DID wipe out the dinosaurs  Daily Mail
  5. Asteroid impact, not volcanoes, made the Earth uninhabitable for dinosaurs  Phys.org
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New models show that volcanic activity could have helped warm the planet after years of catastrophic darkness and cold.New models show that volcanic activity could have helped warm the planet after years of catastrophic darkness and cold.

Volcanoes may have helped life bounce back after dinosaur-killing asteroid strike

Modeling of the Chicxulub asteroid impact 66 million years ago shows it created a world largely unsuitable for dinosaurs to live in. The asteroid, which struck the Earth off the coast of Mexico at the end of the Cretaceous era 66 million years ago, has long been believed to be the cause of the de

Asteroid vs. Volcanoes: New Modeling Shows What Made the Earth Uninhabitable for Dinosaurs

Asteroid vs. Volcanoes: New Modeling Shows What Made the Earth Uninhabitable for Dinosaurs – SciTechDaily

Climate change killed the dinosaurs, what what caused it?Climate change killed the dinosaurs, what what caused it?

Climate Change Killed The Dinosaurs. ‘Drastic Global Winter’ After Asteroid Strike, Say Scientists

Researchers from Imperial College London created mathematical models of the impact volcanic activity and a large asteroid would have on dinosaur habitats.Researchers from Imperial College London created mathematical models of the impact volcanic activity and a large asteroid would have on dinosaur habitats.

Asteroid that slammed into Earth 66 million years ago DID wipe out the dinosaurs | Daily Mail Online

New research by scientists from Imperial College London, the University of Bristol and University College London has seemingly ruled out any remaining belief volcanic activity was responsible New research by scientists from Imperial College London, the University of Bristol and University College London has seemingly ruled out any remaining belief volcanic activity was responsible

Dinosaurs were wiped out 66 million years ago 'by asteroid and not volcanoes' - World News - Mirror Online

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Modelling of the Chicxulub asteroid impact 66 million years ago shows it created a world largely unsuitable for dinosaurs to live in.

Asteroid impact, not volcanoes, made the Earth uninhabitable for dinosaurs