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  1. REVEAL IT!

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  3. Ques. #1 How old is the Earth? 4.6 billion years Back Ans.

  4. Ques. #2 What is the duration of the Silurian period? 28 million years Back Ans.

  5. Ques. #3 During which period did the eurypterids become extinct? Permian Back Ans.

  6. Ques. #4 How old are the oldest known rocks? About 4.2 billion years Back Ans.

  7. Ques. #5 Why didn’t dinosaurs eat the earliest grasses? Grasses didn’t evolve until after the dinosaurs were extinct. Back Ans.

  8. Ques. #6 During which period of Earth history did North America collide with Avalon? Devonian Back Ans.

  9. Ques. #7 Name 2 characteristics of a good index fossil. Short lived and Widespread Back Ans.

  10. Ques. #8 Lichenaria, Cystiphyllum, and Pleurodictyum are all........... Corals Back Ans.

  11. Ques. #9 When did the Palisade sill intrude? About 200 million years ago Back Ans.

  12. Ques. #10 When did extensive coal-forming forests exist on Earth? During the Pennsylvanian division of the Carboniferous period or between 299 and 318 million years ago Back Ans.

  13. Ques. #11 Near which NYS city (pick one) might there be fossils of the first coral reefs? Oswego, Watertown, Utica, Massena, Plattsburgh,or Albany Back Ans.

  14. Ques. #12 What was the duration of the Phanerozoic eon? 542 million years Back Ans.

  15. Ques. #13 Why are there no fossils of the earliest grasses in NYS? Earliest grasses appeared during the Paleogene period and there are no Paleogene rocks in NYS Back Ans.

  16. Ques. #14 During which period did the advance and retreat of the last continental ice sheet occur? The Quaternary Back Ans.

  17. Ques. #15 About how many years were the trilobites on Earth? About 290 million years Back Ans.

  18. Ques. #16 When did the earliest stromatolites evolve? About 3.3 billion years ago Back Ans.

  19. Ques. #17 How many years is represented by time B? 11,400 years Back Ans.

  20. Ques. #18 Which is the oldest layer? Grey limestone Back Ans.

  21. Ques. #19 What is the half-life of this element? 200 years Back Ans.

  22. Ques. #20 Which element is uranium 238? Element ‘B’ Back Ans.

  23. Ques. #21 Put all the events in order from oldest to youngest. D, C, B, E, fault, erosion of B & E, A Back Ans.

  24. Ques. #22 The “stable decay product shown in the graph is probably Nitrogen 14 Back Ans.

  25. Ques. #23 Which element has the longest half life? Element ‘D’ Back Ans.

  26. Ques. #24 During which geologic era did Pangaea begin to break up? Mesozoic Back Ans.

  27. Ques. #25 Which column contains the youngest rock? Column III Back Ans.

  28. Ques. #26 When did this become extinct? 359 million years ago? Back Ans.

  29. Ques. #27 Which city in New York State is on the oldest bedrock? Old Forge, Syracuse, or Kingston? Old Forge, NY Back Ans.

  30. Ques. #28 Near which NYS city might it be possible to find mammoth bones in the sediments? Riverhead or New York City Back Ans.

  31. Ques. #29 What is the age (time period) of the bedrock that makes up the Allegheny Plateau? Devonian Back Ans.

  32. Ques. #30 If a fossil contains 12.5% of it’s original C14, how many half lives have passed? Three Back Ans.

  33. YOU’RE A WINNER! The Neogene and the Ordovician are periods of Earth history