Prestige Worldwide Travel Agency presents Time Travel. By Heather MacNeill & Joe McKinnon. Table of Contents. Hadean Era. During this period of time the oceans were replaced with liquid rock and molten lava! There’s always volcanoes blasting off and never ending asteroid impacts!.By duane
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Cenozoic. Geology. Cenozoic Introduction. Tertiary (66-1.6 Ma) Paleocene Eocene Oligocene Miocene Pliocene Quaternary (1.6 Ma-present) Pleistocene Present Earth features are Cenozoic. Cenozoic Plate Motions. Atlantic Ocean continues to widen India to Asia Himalayas
Cenozoic. Tectonics Climate. The Himalayas. The Closing of the Tethys. As the World Warms: 65 Million Years of Hot and Cold. As the World Warms……. The Geologic Evidence The Heartbeat of Climate The Present and Future. The Geologic Evidence. Paleontological and Paleobotanical Remains.
CENOZOIC. ERA. PALEOGENIC . PERIOD. - Weather changed. - Forest was replaced - Ancient animals ( Dinosaurs ) extingted . - Mammals adapted to new radiation . - First whales evolved . NEOGENE. . Neo gene: new formation . Sharks governed water . . Hominis . Continents crashed .
CENOZOIC EVENTS. CHAPTER 15. t15_01_pg452. Tectonics. 2 Important Continental Break-Ups Europe & North America Australia & Antarctica Prior to Australia/Antarctica separation, Antarctica Warm After separation, climate become cold Most Dramatic Africa/India collision with Eurasia
Check updated study questions and help file on calculating background rates of extinction. Exam Resources Section. Cenozoic Era. Epoch. Traditional period names. Million years ago. New period names. .01. Holocene (Recent). Quaternary. Pleistocene. 1.8. Neogene. Pliocene. 5.
Cenozoic Era. The Epochs. Paleocene Eocene Oligocene Miocene Pliocene Holocene. Paleocene. A geologic epoch that lasted from 66 to 56 million years ago Is the first epoch in the cenozoic era Started with a mass extinction at the end of the cretaceous period.
Cenozoic Oceans. Early Cenozoic animals include massive creatures like the Megalodon Shark. Whales and marine mammals diversify in this era. All modern organisms in todays oceans are present.