Lessons for Paleozoic

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  • Islands in the Stream 2002: Exploring Underwater Oases - A Bight is Born - … or more) KEY WORDS Plate Tectonics Pangaea Geologic Time (Precambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras) Orogeny Erosion mya (million years ago … Era (800mya) "Greenvill Orogeny" Event: Effect on SE US: B. Paleozoic Era (470-440 mya) "Taconic Orogeny", "Acadian Orogeny" Event: Effect on SE US: C. Late Paleozoic (330-270 mya) "Alleghenian Orogeny" Event: Effect on SE US …
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  • 1.2 The natural history of North Carolina - … highly specialized species could no longer survive. 299 Mya Phanerozoic Paleozoic Carboniferous/ Pennsylvanian Winged insects spread, including very large species. Amphibians … in a "supercontinent" that geologists call Pangaea. 318 Mya Phanerozoic Paleozoic Carboniferous/ Mississippian In wetland forests, ferns thrived and primitive trees … air, appeared, followed by the first amphibians. 416 Mya Phanerozoic Paleozoic Silurian The first vascular plants appeared - plants with specialized tissues …
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  • Geologic Time When Was Coal Formed? - … of the Paleozoic Era. Label it ?End of Paleozoic Era.? Go back and divide the part of the tape representing the Paleozoic into … billion Cambriam 70 million Ordovician 70 million Silurian 35 million Paleozoic Devonian 50 million Mississippian 25 million Pennsylvanian 40 million Permian …
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  • Hunting Invertebrates in the Classroom - … ) plates of fossil bearing rock, at least a foot square. Paleozoic age limestones commonly occur as thin flag stones covered with … must be between 245-530 million years old (Paleozoic Era). (The Precambrian/Paleozoic boundary is conventionally assigned an age of 570 million …
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  • Geologic Time Scale I - … 245 million years ago, which marked the end of the Paleozoic Era. Cenozoic Era D = about 65 million years ago (End … YOUR FINDINGS!?, 1. Precambrian = 4.6 billion to 545 million Paleozoic = 545 million to 245 million Mesozoic = 245 million to 65 … 245 million years ago, which marks the end of the Paleozoic Era. D = about 65 million years ago (End of Mesozoic …
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  • Crinoids: Flowers of the Iowa Seas - … into four major eras - Precambrian (which means origin of life), Paleozoic (ancient life), Mesozoic (intermediate life), and Cenozoic (recent life). Those … scientists around the world. 360 million years ago (in the Paleozoic era or Mississippian period) North America was located near the … , 1983. Wolf, Robert C. Fossils of Iowa, Field Guide to Paleozoic Deposits. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1983. (Next to each …
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  • A Long Time - … of adding machine tape Adhesive tape Pictures of Cenozoic, Mesozoic, Paleozoic, and Precambrian living things. The urls below should help with … to 65 cm, Mesozoic: 65 cm to 2.5 m, Paleozoic: 2.5 m to 5.5 m, Precambrian: 5.5 … , but late Precambrian fossils include jellies and wormlike life. The Paleozoic Era began about 550 mya and was marked by the …
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  • Trilobite Masks - … : Trilobites were arthropods that lived in the seas of the Paleozoic Era. They are called trilobites because their bodies were divided … were one of the first widespread, complex animals of the Paleozoic Era, starting out in the beginning of the Cambrian Period … years ago. They went extinct at the end of the Paleozoic Era, 250 million years ago. Trilobite fossils have been found …
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  • Crinoids: Flowers of the Iowa Seas - … into four major eras—Precambrian (which means origin of life), Paleozoic (ancient life), Mesozoic (intermediate life), and Cenozoic (recent life). Those … scientists around the world. 360 million years ago (in the Paleozoic era or Mississippian period) North America was located near the … , 1983. Wolf, Robert C. Fossils of Iowa, Field Guide to Paleozoic Deposits. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1983. Oceans. Video, 55 …
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  • Landforms of Iowa - … Hills, Southern Iowa Drift Plain, Iowan Surface, Northwest Iowa Plains, Paleozoic Plateau, and Alluvial Plains. Each region has its own unique … dominated by crops and a few pastures. PALEOZOIC PLATEAU: The contrast between the Paleozoic Plateau region of Iowa and all of the …
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