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wer sea levels gher sea levels creased global temperatures ecreased global temperatures o change in sea levels 1. B, 2. A, 3. C, 4. B, Student Response Value Correct Answer , D , D 100% , E , C Score: 1/1 12. Iridium is s ______.
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1. a m 2. a c 3. a t 4. me 5. a c Student Response Value Correct Answer metallic element 100% continent that existed 65 million years ago type of comet eteorite dust continent that existed during the Permian Score: 1/1 13. A meteor is a 1.----- that has entered the Earth’s atmosphere. 1. co Student Response Value Correct Answer omet 0% Equals meteoroid (100%) Score: 0/1 14. Scientists s believe that during the Mid Cretaceous, seafloor spreading rates ______. 1. slo 2. rem 3. gr 4. rev Student Response Value Correct Answer owed to zero 0% mained constant reatly increased versed direction Score: 0/1 15. An impac ct with an average recurrence interval of 100 million years would kill 1.----- of people.
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1. no Equals bi Student Response Value Correct Answer ot answered 0% Equals billions (100%) illion (100%) Score: 0/1 16. The Torino Scale is bas sed on ______. 1. the size of impa 2. effects of impac 3. sea level chang 4. the material stre 5. the potential thr Student Response Value Correct Answer act craters cts related to acid rain ge ength of impacting bodies reat of impact 100% Score: 1/1 17. The Tunguska impact occurred ______. 1. just over 100 y 2. just over 540 m 3. about 10 thous 4. 65 million year 5. 1.2 billion year Student Response Value Correct Answer years agao 100% million years ago sand years ago rs ago rs ago Score: 1/1
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