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Geological timeline

Notes for the Geological timeline

How Many Eras are they and what are they in order? 1.Precambrian 2.Paleozoic 3.Mesozoic 4.Cenozoic
How long was the Precambrian era? 4060 million years long
How long was the Paleozoic era? 345 million years long
How long was the Mesozoic era? 160 million years long
How long was the Cenozoic era? 65 million years long
How many periods are in the Paleozoic Era and what are they? SIX 1.Cambrian 2.Ordovician 3.Silurian 4.Devonian 5.Carboniferous 6.Permian
How many periods are in the Mesozoic Era and what are they? THREE 1.Triassic 2.Jurassic 3.Cretaceous
How many periods are in the Cenozoic Era and what are they? TWO so far 1.Tertiary 2.Quaternary
How long is the Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian Carboniferous, and Permian periods? 1) 70m.y 2) 70m.y 3) 35m.y 4) 50m.y 5) 65m.y 6) 55m.y
How long is the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods? Triassic 35m.y Jurassic 54m.y Cretaceous 71m.y
How long is the Tertiary and the Quaternary periods? 1. 63.2m.y 2.1.8m.y
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