Surname 3 3 Fossil dating methods a Link

Surname 3 3 fossil dating methods a link

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Surname 3 3. Fossil dating methods a) Link: The site is directed by Fact Monster and covers topics like; index fossils dating, rock layers of a cliff face and radiometric dating. I like the site because it presents the readers with multiple content options that might interest them. From the site, I have learned that index fossils are used for defining epochs, periods, ages, and eras of the geologic time scale. b) Link: The site is directed by Fossilera. The article discusses the relative and absolute methods of dating fossil. I found the site interested because it provided the readers with links to the related articles. I have learned different ways of determining the precise age of a fossil. c) Link: - geologic-methods-107924044 The site is directed by Alan L. Deino and Daniel J. Peppe. This website covers various topics including, dating fossils using geological methods, relative dating to determine fossils’ age, determining the numerical age of fossils, and using paleomagnetism to date fossils. I found the site interesting because the authors use pictures in their explanation. For this site, I have gained much knowledge about relative dating, absolute dating, and paleomagnetism measures.
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Surname 4 4. Human fossil finds a) Link: The site is directed by Holly Dunsworth. It discusses the human fossil record. I found the site interesting it inspires the readers with examples. From this site, I have learned that without fossil, we would have no way of knowing about speciation and extinction events from the past. b) Link: The site is directed by Britannica Encyclopedia. This site discusses the fossil evidence on human evolution. I like the site because it provides readers with links to related sites. From this site, I have learned significant issues in human evolutionary studies, including the initial hominid dispersal event's timing. c) Link: The site is directed by Smithsonian Institution and discusses early human fossil evidence. I like the site because it uses pictures to enhance the learning of the text. From the site, I have learned how well adapted an early human species was for walking upright and how environment change impact evolution.
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