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Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
Review#9 earth's history
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Review#9 earth's history

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  • 1. L.O: EARTH’S HISTORY
  • 2. EARTH’S EARLY ATMOSPHEREFORMED FROM OUT GASSING OFVOLCANOES.
  • 3. Geologists have sequenced thegeologic events in past to develop ageologic history of Earth.Scientists use relative age andabsolute age to determine age offossils.
  • 4. Relative age: the age of a fossil, rockor geological event in comparison toanother.
  • 5. absolute age: the real age of afossil.
  • 6. Index fossils: fossils used todetermine relative age of otherfossils, rocks and events.
  • 7. a good Index fossil: wide-spread &lived short time period
  • 8. Volcanic ash also is a good timemarker. Like index fossils wide-spread. Short time period.
  • 9. Now complete page 102-113
  • 10. Radioactivedecay:
  • 11. Radioactive elements:• Radioactive element decay.• The amount of time it takes for half of aradioactive element to decay is half-life.• The half-life of an element cannot be changed.• The half-life of carbon 14 is 5,700 years.• The half-life of uranium 238 is 4.5 billionyears.
  • 12. Carbon 14• Half-life 5,700• Used to date recent fossils-less than 50,000years.
  • 13. Uranium 238• Halflife 4,500,000,000 years.• Uranium’s half life is how we know earth’sage.
  • 14. Complete page 1-7

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