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What does C-T stand for?

C-T stands for Cretaceous-Tertiary (geologic boundary; also K-T, CT)

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Princeton University researchers found that massive, prolonged eruptions of the Deccan Traps in India gradually eliminated species and resulted in the Cretaceous-Tertiary mass extinction that killed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
Within this basin the rocks belonging to the Lameta Formation (Maastrichtian, Buffetaut,1987; Joshi,1995) widely referred in the literature as Infratrappeans (Gupta and Mukherjee, 1938) constitutes one of the most important lithological assemblages and occupy a key position in the stratigraphic record from the point of understanding Cretaceous-Tertiary transition.
According to plant biologist and wine writer Jamie Goode, "The cork industry currently looks a bit like a dinosaur watching the meteor impact that occurred at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary 65 million years ago.