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Lecture 5 Mammal Zoogeography

Lecture 5 Mammal Zoogeography

Lecture 5 Mammal Zoogeography. Triconodontidae. Multiturberculata. Spalacotheriidae. Paurodontidae. Dryolestidae. Amphilestidae. Docodontidae. Amphitheridae. Shuotherium. Sinoconodontidae. Morganucodontidae. Haramiyoidea. Phylogeny of Mesozoic Mammals. 0 Yrs. CENOZOIC. MONOTREMES.

By Renfred
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How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation. To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select “View” on the menu bar and click on “Slide Show.” To advance through the presentation, click the right-arrow key or the space bar.

By Lucy
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Chapter 7: Plate Tectonics

Chapter 7: Plate Tectonics

Table of Contents. Chapter 7: Plate Tectonics. Section 1. Continental Drift. Continental Drift. Evidence for Continental Drift. If you look at a map of Earth’s surface, you can see that the edges of some continents look as though they could fit together like a puzzle. Continental Drift.

By doli
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Geological Changes

Geological Changes

Geological Changes. Yellow is the magic color. 8 th Grade Science Riverwood Middle Clayton, NC. 8.E.2 Understand the history of Earth and its life forms based on evidence of change recorded in fossil records and landforms.

By coral
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Earth SC-202 Physical Geology

Earth SC-202 Physical Geology

Earth SC-202 Physical Geology. Instructor. Prof. Steven Dutch Office: LS 402 Phone: 465-2246 Email: dutchs@uwgb.edu Home Page: www.uwgb.edu/dutchs Office Hours MWF 10:30-11:30, TR 9:30-10:50. What is Physical Geology?. Erosion. Wind. Soils. Oceans. Glaciers. Water. Weathering.

By aziza
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. 8 th grade science. Vocabulary. Crust - layer of rock that forms Earth’s outer layer, composed of basalt and granite Mantle – below the crust, layer of hot rock, composed of 2 parts Lithosphere – rigid layer of upper part of mantle

By chill
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Physical Geography of Africa

Physical Geography of Africa

Physical Geography of Africa. Geography of Africa. Continental Drift. Plate Tectonics. Northern Africa. The South: The Plateau Continent. Great Escarpment. The Rift Valley. Rivers. Pressure Systems and Wind. Maritime v. Continental Influences. Altitude. African Climates.

By talia
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Key concepts: Continental drift Seafloor spreading Convergent plate boundary Divergent plate boundary Transform-fault plate boundary Why do plates move? Magnetic anomalies Pangaea. Which force(s) create earthquakes and volcanoes?. Gravity Electro-magnetism Nuclear forces.

By jamal
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The History of Life on Earth

The History of Life on Earth

The History of Life on Earth. History of Life. Originated 3.5-4.0 billion years ago Fossil evidence: stromatolites. Major Episodes in the History of Life. Prokaryotes-3.6 billion years ago Prokaryotes diverged into Bacteria and Archaea 2-3 billion years ago

By lore
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Tracing Phylogeny

Tracing Phylogeny

Tracing Phylogeny. Phylogeny. Phylon = tribe, geny = genesis or origin The evolutionary history of a species or a group of related species. Phylogeny. Found in fossils and the fossil record. Fossils. Any preserved remnant or impression of a past organism. Types of Fossils.

By giovanni
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Continental Drift Theory

Continental Drift Theory

Continental Drift Theory. Continental Drift. 1910s Theory By Alfred Wegener Before Plate Tectonics. Super-Continent PANGAEA. Coast Line Fit:. Africa. South America. Ancient Fossils: Plants and Dinosaurs. Ancient Glaciations. Ancient Glaciations. Matching Mountain Chains.

By hesper
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PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS. The Theory. In 1910 Alfred Wegener begins to wonder…. What’s the relationship? Perhaps all these pieces used to be connected. Continental drift= slow movement over Earth’s surface It all started 300 million years ago………. Supercontinent. Pangea –(Greek) all lands.

By kioshi
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CONTINENTAL DRIFT

CONTINENTAL DRIFT

B43b. CONTINENTAL DRIFT. LAND ON THE MOVE. CONTINENTAL DRIFT. Idea that the land (continents) has moved to its current location and is still moving Proposed by Alfred Wegner. Supported by fossil and rock evidence. PANGAEA. huge “super-continent” all land masses joined together.

By nieve
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Geography AS & A Level

Geography AS & A Level

Geography AS & A Level. What will I learn on the course? What factors influence people and our natural environment? What are the economic forces that drive the world economy? What decisions are being made about the use and management of resources?

By randall
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Zoogeography

Zoogeography

Zoogeography. studying animal distributions (animal geography) father of animal geography/biogeography co-discoverer of theory of natural selection Who is this guy? "...every species comes into existence coincident in time and space with a preexisting closely allied species." (1855).

By gwidon
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Upper Mantle Viscous Drag on the Lithosphere

Upper Mantle Viscous Drag on the Lithosphere

Upper Mantle Viscous Drag on the Lithosphere . David Terrell Warner Pacific College March 2006. Historical Background. Continental Drift. Ocean Floor Spreading Plate Tectonics. 1957/8 international Geophysical year. 1961-8 papers on world seismology and paleo-magnetism

By jasia
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4.3 Drifting Continents

4.3 Drifting Continents

4.3 Drifting Continents. 9/7/06. I. The Theory of Continental Drift. A. Alfred Wegener, German scientist formed a hypothesis on Earth’s continents. B. Wegener’s hypothesis was that all the continents had once been joined together in a single landmass and have since drifted apart.

By mina
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. By L.M. Gahagan Rough draft October 5, 2001. Historical Aspects (From Cox, 1973). Key events. mapping of seafloor topography (presence of guyots, mid-ocean ridges, etc.). Seafloor topography (Smith and Sandwell 1997). Historical Aspects (From Cox, 1973). Key events.

By mandelina
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Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth. Class 5 24 January 2006. Any Questions?. Interacting Earth Systems Volcanoes contribute gases to the atmosphere . This is how the oceans were formed 3-4 Billion years ago. Lithosphere Hydrosphere Atmosphere Biosphere.

By amalia
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Solar System Astronomy Earth Lecture 2

Solar System Astronomy Earth Lecture 2

Solar System Astronomy Earth Lecture 2. Earth’s Interior, Plate tectonics, Climate, Atmosphere, Global warming. Overview of Earth’s Interior. Interior Temperature Increases with Depth. Earth’s Magnetic Field. Current position of N magnetic pole.

By jason
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