CTV News Interview with Dr. Don Baker
How Climate Change Affected Dinosaurs
CTV News Montreal Interview with Dr. Don Baker
" ... new evidence from McGill University suggests dinosaurs were already dying off due to climate change caused by massive volcanic eruptions.
"Some of these lava flows from these volcanos in India were a 1,000 km long and tens to hundreds of metres high, something the human race has never seen," Don Baker, co-author of the study and a professor of geochemistry at McGill, told CTV News.
Baker says eruptions would lead to a drop in temperatures, causing dinosaurs to feel the effects of climate change"
Watch the full interview here.