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Synonyms for Cambrian

from 544 million to about 500 million years ago

a native or resident of Wales

of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language


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Broadcaster Channel 5 has confirmed that the Cambrian Line will be given the illustrious title of being named one of the world's most scenic railways, when it airs an hour-long episode of the railway for its series of the same name.
The Cambrian Mountains Initiative's Dyfodol Cambrian Futures (DCF) Project has launched with support from the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.
Findings of the study support the theory that the oxygen content of the atmosphere is a major control on animal evolution, and shows that the Cambrian explosion was a time when pioneering animals evolved rapidly into modern animal phyla through a period of extreme, oxygen-driven 'boom and bust' with multiple radiations and extinctions.
Standing between them and the trophy, though, are giantkillers Cambrian.
The Early Cambrian is known for the rise of animals, so the level of oxygen in seawater should have been closer to near modern levels.
This is the fourth time Pakistan Army has won Gold in the Cambrian Patrol winning the competition last year as well.
Key words: Ediacaran, Cambrian, correlation chart, biozonation, regional stratigraphy, Estonia, East European Craton.
Cambrian Innovates, the applied research division at the college, and three mining industry partners will benefit from a $2.1-million grant aimed at supporting a five-year Mine Environmental Stewardship Initiative.
This is the third time Pakistan Army has won Gold in the Cambrian Patrol winning the competition last year as well.
RAWALPINDI -- Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif on Thursday met with Pakistan Army team which won Gold Medal in Exercise Cambrian Patrol held in UK from 14-23 October.
For more than a century, paleontologists, including Charles Darwin, have debated whether the so-called Cambrian Explosion--a rapid period of species diversification that began around 542,000,000 years ago--was the equivalent of an evolutionary "big bang" of biological innovation or just an artifact of the incomplete fossil record.
Oswestry, United Kingdom, June 14, 2015 --( North Shropshire College (NSC) Art Lecturer, Kate Smallwood, recently met with Andrew Tullo from Cambrian Heritage Railways (CHR) to discuss how the 53 ceramic poppies, which were made by NSC Art students in remembrance of each soldier from the historic Cambrian Railway Company who died during the First World War, will be further involved in CHR's next commemorative event.
This period of rapid evolutionary diversification has been called the "Cambrian Explosion."