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Permian Period

Permian Period

Permian Period. 299 -251 million years ago. 2 51 mya – Mass extinction The Paleozoic ends with the greatest Mass Extinction in geologic history. Permian Plants. Conifers 1 st Appear (Needle like trees) Cycads Appear (Seed Fern). Terrestrial Animals. 1 st Archosaur s Appear

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. Precambrian Era. Vulcanism. Fault. Ancient Sea. Igneous Rock. Precambrian Era( earliest life). Geologic History. Paleozoic Era. Erosion. Erosion. Sediments. Sediments. Igneous Rock. Paleozoic (ancient life). Geologic History. Mesozoic Era. Erosion. Sediments.

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. Fossils and the Past. A fossil is the preserved remains or evidence of life. In megalodon sharks, only the teeth are found as fossils, dating 10 to 70 millions years old. Wooly Mammoth Teeth. Wooly Mammoth Tusk.

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. CGC1D Feb. 19, 2014. Big Questions for Today… . How was the Earth formed? What causes disasters such as earthquakes and volcanoes? Why doesn’t the Earth just erode away?. Geologic History. The Earth has been around for over 4.5 BILLION years! Geologic Eras SONG

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. Precambrian Era Paleozoic Era Mesozoic Era Cenozoic Era. Geology – science of the earth’s structure Geologic Time – history of the earth from its formation 4.6 billion years ago to present Era – a major geologic time lasting 10s to 100s of million of years.

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GEOLOGIC HISTORY

GEOLOGIC HISTORY

GEOLOGIC HISTORY. What the Earth’s surface features tell us about its past. my webpage. Really Smart Men Observed…. In the 1600’s Nicolas Steno realized that the shark tooth he was holding looked an awful lot like impressions in certain rocks.

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. Historical Geology studies the origin of Earth and the development of the planet through its 4.6- billion-year history. Historical geology investigates the sequence of events that have occurred in the past.

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. Making of a Planet. Part 1 Common Traditions. Common Traditions Culture, Philosophy, and Religion. Elements of Nature. Fire. Earth. Wind. Water. Spirit – a.k.a. Aether or “breath of life”. Common Traditions Culture, Philosophy, and Religion.

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. This unit will help you develop an understanding of the history of our planet . Formation of the Universe. Big Bang Theory —the most accepted scientific theory of the origin of the universe.

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GEOLOGIC HISTORY

GEOLOGIC HISTORY

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Geologic History

Geologic History

Geologic History. Topic: Geologic Time. Objectives: Day 1 of 3 I will know the major geologic events that have transformed our earth I will know the geologic time scale and it’s major divisions. Quickwrite:. In 2-3 sentences answer one of the questions below:

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