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Climate Change and Conservation – Part II

Climate Change and Conservation – Part II

Climate Change and Conservation – Part II Arctic Ocean Ice Cover Arctic Ocean Ice Cover Loss of Arctic Ocean Ice Polar Bear ( Usinus maritimus ) Polar Bear as Indicators In 2007, the US Fish and Wildlife Service listed the polar bear as a threatened species

By omer
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Primate and Human Evolution

Primate and Human Evolution

Chapter 19 . Primate and Human Evolution. The Cradle of Mankind. Olduvai Gorge on the eastern Serengeti Plain, Northern Tanzania is often referred to as “The Cradle of Mankind” because of many important hominid discoveries there. Who are we?. Who are we? Where did we come from?

By albert
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Review

Review

Review . Paleogene Period Paleocene, Eocene, Oligocene epochs Paleogene life Evolution of whales, giant sharks Origin of grasses Diversification of mammals Earliest primates Extinction of mammals in late Eocene/early Oligocene. Today’s outline. Paleogene paleogeography and climate

By abbott
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PERIODIZATION

PERIODIZATION

PERIODIZATION. What does periodization mean? What is its root word?. DEFINITION OF PERIODIZATION. Periodization is a system of organizing historical information by dividing time into periods using specific bases. TIME. Time is an essential element in the study of history. Why?.

By sakina
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Birds that filled the niche left by the demise of dinosaurs.

Birds that filled the niche left by the demise of dinosaurs.

Birds that filled the niche left by the demise of dinosaurs. Some time in the Jurassic period, birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs. Birds and there relatives can be classified as Archosauria .(www.wikipedia.com)

By barb
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GEOLOGIC TIME

GEOLOGIC TIME

GEOLOGIC TIME. PRECAMBRIAN TIME. 4.6 B.Y.A. – 600 M.Y.A. 88 PERCENT OF EARTH’S HISTORY FOSSILS ARE RARE! WHY? FOSSILS WHERE SOFT BODIED, LACKED BONES, SHELLS, OR OTHER HARD PARTS. STROMATOLITES. PALEOZOIC ERA. 600 M.Y.A. – 230 M.Y.A. SUPERCONTINENT PANGEA FORMED NEW MOUNTAIN RANGES

By parry
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Primate Evolution

Primate Evolution

This chapter introduces students to the study of the fossil record using geological techniques. Then it discusses the earliest primate species which lived during the Eocene and Miocene. Primate Evolution. Chronology.

By mandana
(256 views)

Animal Science

Animal Science

Animal Science. Animal Science. What is Animal Science?. DEF: the study of the  biology of animals that are under the control of mankind (usually domestic animals). Behavior Welfare Nutrition Genetics Biotechnology Reproduction Agribusiness. Breeding Care Feeding Management

By omana
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AAPG Distinguished Lecture Series Presents the J. Ben Carsey Lecture

AAPG Distinguished Lecture Series Presents the J. Ben Carsey Lecture

AAPG Distinguished Lecture Series Presents the J. Ben Carsey Lecture. Energy Trends of the Future. Matthew J. Telfer Border to Border Exploration, LLC Austin, Texas. Three Themes. Rapid Advances in Technology and Circumstances. Getting Accurate Information.

By val
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Models on WHY?

Models on WHY?

Models on WHY?. Why we became bipedal ( 6 hypotheses ) Efficient bipedalism as the primary form of locomotion is seen only in hominins . Origins of all these bipedalism tendencies?. Primate Evolution.

By glenys
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Late Cretaceous Tectonic Evolution and Metallogeny of Southwestern Alaska

Late Cretaceous Tectonic Evolution and Metallogeny of Southwestern Alaska

Late Cretaceous Tectonic Evolution and Metallogeny of Southwestern Alaska. M arti L. Miller 1 Dwight C. Bradley 1 Thomas K. Bundtzen 2 Richard J. Goldfarb 3. U.S. Geological Survey, Anchorage Pacific Rim Geological Consulting U.S. Geological Survey, Denver.

By lave
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The Icehouse and Miller’s Magic Line (1.8‰ in Cibicidoides )

The Icehouse and Miller’s Magic Line (1.8‰ in Cibicidoides )

The Icehouse and Miller’s Magic Line (1.8‰ in Cibicidoides ) If all of the modern ice sheets were melted  w change from -0.28‰ to -1.2‰

By cindy
(118 views)

Global Warming

Global Warming

Global Warming. Or Climate Hysteria?. The Long View. The Earth has repeatedly experienced climate change throughout its long history The Phanerozoic Eon is characterized by fluctuations between “Greenhouse” and “Icehouse” climates. Greenhouse World.

By marc
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Summary Meeting Monte September 4-7 2008 Sant´ Angelo, Italy

Summary Meeting Monte September 4-7 2008 Sant´ Angelo, Italy

Carbonate Reservoir Geomodels 2004-2008. Summary Meeting Monte September 4-7 2008 Sant´ Angelo, Italy. Petromaks Project 163316/S30 “Carbonate Reservoir Geomodels” Summary meeting in Monte Sant´ Angelo Gargano, Italy Sept. 4-7 2008. Gunnar Sælen IRIS Niels Bo Jensen IRIS

By eunice
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Palaeoclimates

Palaeoclimates

Palaeoclimates. Presented by : Cherie Forbes (MSc, Plant Conservation Unit, Botany Department, UCT) Supervisor: Lindsey Gillson , Co-supervisor: Timm Hoffman. Overview:. Introduction 1.1. What and why Palaeoclimates? 1.2. Palaeohistorical (and geological) perspective

By hua
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Geologic Time

Geologic Time

Geologic Time. A brief history of the 4.6 Billion history of Planet Earth. The Geologic Time Scale. The standard method used to divide the Earth’s long (4.6 Billion year) natural history into manageable parts. Boundaries indicate visible changes on Earth or

By tyrone
(171 views)

Past Climate Change and Species Responses

Past Climate Change and Species Responses

Past Climate Change and Species Responses. Melissa Marquez. There are 4 possible responses of any species to environmental change: Changes in distribution Tolerance Evolution Extinction. Phanerozoic Eon (543 mya to present). Cenozoic Era (65 mya to today).

By helenegarcia
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