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4.6 billion years ago

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Transcript of 4.6 billion years ago

Cenozoic
65 million years ago

Precambrian
4.6 billion years ago
90% of Earths history.
Consists of 3 periods: Hadean, Archean and Proterozoic

Mesozoic
251 million years ago

Timeline of the Earth
Hadean
4.6 Billion years ago
Archean
3.8 billion years ago
first evidence of life
initial atmospheric oxygen
Proterozoic
2.5 billion years ago
Mesozoic
Consists of 4 periods
Triassic, 250 million years ago to 199.6 million years ago
Jurassic, 199.6 million years ago to 145.5 million years ago
Cretaceous, 145.5 million years ago to 65.5 million years ago
Extinction, 65.5 million years ago to 65 million years ago
Paleozoic
Consists of 6 periods

Cambrian, 542 million years ago to 488.3 million years ago
Ordovician, 488.3 million years ago to 443.7 million years ago (first plants and fungi on land)
Silurian, 443.7 million years ago to 416 million years ago
Devonian, 416 million years ago to 359.2 million years ago (first amphibians appear)
Carboniferous, 359.2 million years ago to 299 million years ago
Permian, 299 million years ago to 251 million years ago
Cenozoic
Consists of 3 periods
Paleogene, 65 million years ago to 23.03 million years ago
Rise of the Himalayan Mountains, 50 million years ago
Neogene, 23.03 million years ago to 2.6 million years ago
Quaternary, 2.6 million years ago to present
Evolution of Homo sapiens, 200 000 years ago
Extinction of Wooly mammoths, 3600 years ago
Contributions By Scientists
Georg Ohm, Ohm's Law, 1827
Mathias Schleiden, All plants are made of cells, 1838
Louis pasteur, germ theory, 1861
Gregor Mendel, Mendel's Law's of Inheritance, 1865
Dmitri Mendeleev, Periodic Table, 1869
Paleozoic
570 million years ago

2 Billion years pass
Present
Permo-Triassic mass extinction, 250 million years ago
Evolution of mammals, 65 million years ago
Sources
document. Geologic and biological Timeline of the earth. Retrieved December 20, 2016, from http://www.scientificpsychic.com/etc/timeline/timeline.html
Precambrian era. Retrieved December 20, 2016, from http://geo.msu.edu/extra/geogmich/Precambrian.html
The Mesozoic era. Retrieved December 13, 2016, from University of California Museum of Paleontology, http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/mesozoic/mesozoic.php
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