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Unformatted text preview: F EARTH AND LIFE HISTORY pitér Wifl’t an illuStratfon 9 evolution 6f 1AA With EDA" CEI‘JOZOIC Quatemary Rec-em Middle Miocene I: HA 1O mya {C'r'éiaéetfua info Te rtiary 65 11193 Eénnian [mo Téthys Sea Triassic ' 24.0 mya 'F’ang'e'a .3 F' F;I'rr| ism Devonian 3??!- WA Laurasia ' " ' Gondwana __Mi'd'die ESflurian 4.20 W393 (Zia ranri-arl Cam brlan P ROTE RC: ZONE 540 me EON s“ F: C: H Em-J EON M: D EARLIER shaIlow Seas {light blue) Lauzenfia Further reading: Range at Global Diversity [marine and terrestrial] Times ot MEI] Bf Geological and Biological Events LEG mya to present. Misjor glaflistidns. Modern humans strolve. Starting with haulers of most recent lineage. their activities not in motion the. most reoenl mas ordination. [EB-4'55 mys. Colossal mountain lorriidlrrg as oenrlnenre rupture, drill, oolliete. Major shifts in climate. First tropical and snotro'pioal oo‘nditions amend to polar regions. Wooolands. then grasslands anemone climates get cooler. drier. Major radistlone ot flowering plants. insects. birds. roommate. Eli'igin oi earliest human-ancestors. 55 mire. Apparent asteroid in'ipaol causes mess: astinetldn ot etl dinosaurs and martyr marine-organisms. 135435 rose. Partners breakup corttinues. broad intend sees ton-n. Major tndltifiqna of marine tmeriahratas, fjslt'ae, insects. .end dinosaurs. Origin of angiosoenns {flowering pier-its] late in true ouressie or eeriy in the Cretaceous. tat—tafi-mya. Flanges-starts te'breati up. Disorse marine communities. Meier radiation: of otnoseurs. 2'05 mya. Asteroid impaol? flee-3 extinction oi many speoies in seas. sdrne on land: some dinosaurs. mammals survive. Eon—EDS mire. Recoveries. radiation: of marine invertebrates, 'Iisnee. dinosaurs. Byrnnesnerme the death-rent land plants. Origin of mammals. 244]- we. Mass ordination. NearlyI all species on land and in' seas perish. seaweed mye. Hangers one worldwide nooan Ientt. shallow :sess squeezed out. Hedietlonsef reptiles.- gymnoeperrne. Blight-23D mire. Tethys Sea. forms. fiecuning gificiations: Major radiation: pifinsems. amphibiansonland. Ettore-bearing plants dominate: gymnosperrns PIBSBHL Origin-of memos. .ero mya. Hm extinction ot rnarrl,r marine invertebrates. roost fishes. 4MB mya. Larrrasia forms. mediation: as Handmade crosses SouthPola. Matis'nstincflons oi rr'iany' marina soeoles. Gendarme drifts north. Vest swamps. first vascular plants. Radiation! of fishes continue. Origin of amphibians. EMS-mare. Gender-Etna drifts-south. Molar radiations of marine I'ntrertsorstes and early fishes. EEMDG rays. Land messes dispersed near equator. Simple marine communities. Origin of animals with hard parts. rooeeo mire. Laurentie bieek's up; widespreeo‘ gleoiatlmo. EEO-ETD ray-e. Oxygenrsootrrnuistfng in atmosphere. IElrigil'r of aerobiontotseotiem. origin-of mansions. tungl. animate. eerie-2.5013 ntye. origin of photosynthetic bacteria. 4;eoo—3.ao'o mire. Formation of Earth's crust. Tirol atmosphere. and sees. .Chernioei. molecular atrohrtion leading, to origin or life—prgto—oells to an'ere'toiziir; bacteria, ...
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