Paleozoic era

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I think it's the technology that has set us apart from (my parents') Paleozoic Era.
Fascinating plants which go back to the Paleozoic era, though for plants which have managed to survive so long, they are a bit touchy.
The Big Caucasus structural zone, formed along the southern edge of the Eurasian plate, is composed of metamorphic and granitic intrusive rocks of the Paleozoic era including pre-Cambrian, sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Mesozoic era.
The Siberian Traps event occurred some 250 megayears ago at the boundary between the Permian and Triassic periods separating the Paleozoic era from that of the dinosaurrich Mesozoic.
The Paleozoic Era is generally known as the first stage of geologic time when animals began to flourish.
Massive outpourings of lava, particularly those in the deep ocean, spurred bursts of evolution early in the Paleozoic era, about 550 million years ago, and in the middle of the Mesozoic era, around 200 million years ago, claims biologist Geerat J.
His research interests include the magnetic polarity time scale for pre-oceanic periods and changes in magnetic reversal frequency since the Paleozoic Era.
180 Tcfe of proved undeveloped methane reserves contained in deep, Paleozoic era formations in Big Piney, Wyoming.
The hike will take visitors to the discovery site of a major deposit of Paleozoic Era fossilized trackwaysfootprints of numerous amphibians, reptiles, insects, plants, and petrified wooddating back 280 million years ago.
Our new research shows that retroviruses are at least 450 million years old, if not older, and that they must have originated together with, if not before, their vertebrate hosts in the early Paleozoic era.
The text begins with a comprehensive yet accessible account of the three geologic episodes that were key in the development of Ohio's landscape: the Precambrian Era, the Paleozoic Era, and the Pleistocene Epoch.
I've visited just one newspaper office since I retired, shortly after the Paleozoic era, and it was the same one in which I had worked a dozen years earlier.
He said the company would conduct a study on the origins of petroleum rocks and the way of movement of oil and gas in the Persian Gulf and the Oman Sea since the Paleozoic era.