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Chapter 8

Chapter 8 - For Test 3

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Which of the following geologic eras is classified as the “Age of the Mammals”? A. Cenozoic, B. Mesozoic, C. Paleozoic A. Cenozoic
Which of the following geologic eras is classified as the “Age of the Reptiles”? A. Cenozoic, B. Mesozoic, C. Palezoic B. Mesozoic
Which of the following geologic periods contained the dinosaurs? A. Cambrian, B. Silurian, C. Ordovician, D. Jurassic, E. Tertiary D. Jurassic
During the end of which of the following geologic periods did dinosaurs become extinct on Earth? A. Cambrian, B. Ordovician, C. Cretaceous, D. Jurassic, E. Permian C. Cretaceous
The term _____ epoch represents the geologic epoch during which the latest Ice Age occurred. A. Paleocene, B. Ordovician, C. Silurian, D. Devonian, E. Permian E. Permian
Which of the following geologic periods of the Paleozoic Era is the youngest (the last)? A. Cambrian, B. Ordovician, C. Silurian, D. Devonian, E. Permian E. Permian
During the end of which of the following geologic periods did humans evolve and flourish on the Earth? A. Cambrian, B. Tertiary, C. Permian, D. Jurassic, E. Quaternary E. Quaternary
During the end of which of the following geologic periods did 90 percent of all lifeforms become extinct on Earth? A. Cambrian, B. Ordovician, C. Cretaceous, D. Jurassic, E. Permian E. Permian
Which of the following geologic periods of the Palezoic Era is the oldest (the first)? A. Cambrian, B. Ordovician, C. Silurian, D. Devonian, E. Permian A. Cambrian
Which of the following geologic periods of the Mesozoic Era is the oldest (the first)? A. Triassic, B. Jurassic, C. Cretaceous, D. Devonian, E. Permian A. Triassic
What are the 3 major eras from oldest to newest? Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic
What are the 7 periods of the Paleozoic Era from oldest to newest? Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian, Pennsylvanian, Mississippian, and Permian
What are the 3 periods of the Mesozoic Era from oldest to newest? Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous
What are the 2 periods of the Cenozoic Era from oldest to newest? Tertiary and Quaternary
What are the 6 types of fossilization? petrification, mold and cast, thin carbon films, impressions, preservation in amber, and fossilized dung
Created by: TManning81