EPSC FINAL EXAM.pdf - EPSC FINAL EXAM She won\u2019t ask questions typically from 15,16 she won\u2019t ask about deserts paleo means old cretaceous age of the

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EPSC FINAL EXAM : She won’t ask questions typically from 15,16, she won’t ask about deserts paleo means old cretaceous age of the dinos which ended with the triassic important: that boundary is distinct worldwide in the rock record, the biography of earth is written in the rock layers, Paleomagnetism and geomagnetic pole paths The Juan de Fuca ridge and plate Age of oceanic crustal rocks Metamorphism from a mudstone Marble Causes of mass extinctions Global temperature variation through geological time Megathrust earthquakes Metasomatism and neocrystallization Outwash style of rivers and streams Chert ■ Styles of volcanic edifices The Hawaiian Island chain ■ Atmospheric CO 2 since industrialization The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets ■ James Lovelock's Gaïa hypothesis (more generous room is provided for your answer) 1. Paleomagnetism and geomagnetic pole paths : Study of paleomagnetism indicates that the continents have moved relative to the Earth's magnetic poles. Each continent has a different apparent polar-wander path, which is only possible if the continents move relative to each other. Develops in many different (Process) : When lava (molten rock containing no crystals) starts to cool and solidify into rock, tiny magnetite crystals begin to grow dipole associated with each crystal to wobble and tumble chaotically .
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