Lecture.Ch.9 Proterozoic - Fossil eukaryotic algae, 2.1 by,...

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Chapter 9 Precambrian Earth and Life History - The Proterozoic Eon
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Vishnu schist, 1.7 b.y.
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Sandstone, mudstone, Glacier National Park, 1.0 b.y.
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Proterozoic evolution of Laurentia
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Fig. 9-3, p. 170
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Fig. 9-3a, p. 170
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Fig. 9-3b, p. 170
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Fig. 9-3c, p. 170
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Fig. 9-3d, p. 170
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Fig. 9-3e, p. 170
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Fig. 9-3f, p. 170
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Paleoproterozoic rocks of the Great Lakes area
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Quartzite, MI
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Stromatolites, MI
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Proterozoic igneous rocks unrelated to orogenic activity
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Midcontinental rift
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Conglomerate, MI
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Volcanics, MI
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Meso- and Neoproterozoic-aged sedimentary ba
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Red mudrock, Montana
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Limestone with stromatolites, Glacier NP, Montana
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Utah
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Grand Canyon, AZ
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Reconstruction Jormua mafic-ultramafic complex, Finland: complete ophiolite, 1.96 by
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Possible configuration of Neoproterozoic s
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Paleoproterozoic-aged glacial deposits, US and Canada
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Neoproterozoic glacial centers, continents in present-day position!
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Tillite over sandstone, Norway
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Unformatted text preview: Fossil eukaryotic algae, 2.1 by, MI Acritarch, Mesoprotero Acritarch, Neoproteroz Neoproterozoic microfossil, eukaryotic organism, Arcritarch (cyst of algae) Neoproterozoic microfossil, eukaryotic organism, Arcritarch (cyst of algae) Neoproterozoic microfossil, eukaryotic organism, algae cyst Endosymbiosis theory (origin of eukaryotic cells) Carbonaceous impressions in Proterozoic rocks, multicelled algae?, Montana Ediacaran Environme Primitive echinoderm or cnidarian? Arthropod? Possibly ancestor of trilobites Arthropod relative? Ediacaran-type fossils, Newf Ediacaran-type fossils, Newf Worm-like fossils, Neoproterozoic, China Relatives of corals? Neopro Kimberella , latest Proterozoic, Russia, slug-like/ mollusk-like? Kimberella , latest Proterozoic, Russia Tourmaline, Dunton pegmatite, Maine Empire Mine, MI, Early Proterozoic iron ore Pellets containing ca. 65% iron Summary Proterozoi...
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Lecture.Ch.9 Proterozoic - Fossil eukaryotic algae, 2.1 by,...

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