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Transcript: Undara by Ethan Daley information on place. Undara lava tubes Location: Mount Surprise information of Undara. what is a geologist? A Geologist is a person who does research on rocks, how they are formed, and how they became the way they are now. what is a geologist? What dream time or myths are there? There are no stories on Undara, but stone artefacts and scarred trees were found at Undara and Etheridge Shire. Undara is also an aboriginal word that means long way dream time stories or myths What rocks are at Undara? There are metamorphic and igneous rocks at Undara. Specifically Basalt and Corundum which is a type of sapphire. rocks at Undara extra information The total size of the Undara lava tubes is 615km squared. Semi-evergreen vine thicket grows in the moist, sheltered entrances to some of the lava caves. The roofs of some tubes collapsed, creating ideal conditions for dry rainforest to grow and wildlife to shelter. Rock-wallabies, insectivorous bats and owls roost here in the cool. Birds shelter in the fruit-filled canopy and predators lurk in the tumbled basalt terrain to complete the food chain. extra information on Undara How old is Undara? Undara is around 190,000 years old. Below is a timescale of Undara. age of Undara conclusion My conclusion is that Undara is a cave covered with igneous and metamorphic rocks, which was created by a shield volcano that is no longer active. The Undara Lava Tubes were formed when 23km cubed of lava from one of the many volcanoes spilled out over the land and traveled along a riverbed. The tubes were formed when the outer layer formed a crust which protected the still-molten lava and continued to flow as though it was in a tube or a pipe. It is believed that the entire length of 160km is the longest lava flow from any single volcano on earth. It is estimated that the whole process took between 2-3 weeks with the lava flowing at a rate of around 500m/h. The process that occurred was cooling, and the processes that are probably happening now is weathering and erosion. conclusion

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Transcript: Average velocity is based on where she ended her trip; specifically, how far she is from her starting point. This distance from the starting point is called displacement.Since your displacement from where she started was 3 meters to the right, and this trip took a total of 6 seconds, her average velocity was 3 m divided by 6 s, or 0.5 m/s right. This is average velocity. You have traveled a total distance of 12 meters, and have stopped 3 meters from where you began.Let's suppose you covered each leg of your journey in one second. This means that the total time for your trip was 6 seconds.Since you covered a total distance of 12 meters in 6 seconds, her average speed for the trip is 2 m/s. This is average speed. Formula Average speed does not describe the speed variations that may have taken place during shorter time intervals, and so average speed is often quite different from a value of instantaneous speed Average Speed vs. Average Velocity The formula for Average Speed is Distance divided by time. Average vs Instantaneous Speed The instantaneous speed of an object is not to be confused with the average speed. Average speed is distance over a certain period of time whereas Instantaneous speed is speed at a given moment in time. What is it? The average speed of an object tells you the average rate at which it covers distance. If a car's average speed is 65 miles per hour, this means that the car's position will change on average by 65 miles each hour. For example: If you go 200 miles in 4 hours, you divide 200 by 4 and get 50mph. Average Speed For Example: You were driving 60 mph, but you might have not been going that exact speed at certain point Chapter 6, Section 3

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Transcript: In Mesozoic Era Extended from 144 million years ago to 65 million years ago During the Cretaceous period, eighty-five percent of all species disappeared, making it the second largest mass extinction event in geological history. The Cretaceous is known for being the last portion of the "Age of Dinosaurs" Dino! All these were animals in the Cretaceous time period Throughout the Cretaceous period, many dinosaurs roamed the earth. The sauropods mostly dominadted the southern continents, but other dinosaurs like the Triceratops, stayed closer towards the Northern parts Animals such as frogs, salamanders, turtles, crocodiles, and snakes were common in the Cretaceous period In the beginning of the Cretaceous time period, the supercontinent Pangea was continuing to separate and towards the mid-Cretaceous, it had split into several smaller continents Rising Sea Levels The rift between Africa and South America created a long chain of volcanic moutains underwater. As, these mountains grew, the Atlantic Ocean continued to become wider. The mountains displaced a huge amount of water, so much in fact, that the water level of the seas are about one-hundred meters higher than today Plants Willow Elm Sequoia Grape Maple Oak Laurel Grass Birch Climate Was mild but towards the end of this period it became cooler Animals... Dinosaurs Styracosaurus 1 Styracosaurus 2 Tenontosaurus Therizinosaurus Thescelosaurus Triceratops Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Troodon Tyrannosaurus rex and asteroids Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops Tyrannosaurus rex and supernova Tyrannosaurus rex at Watering Hole Tyrannosaurus rex Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton Tyrannosaurus rex (cartoon) Utahraptor Velociraptor Alamosaurus Ankylosaurus Argentinosaurus Daspletosaurus 1 Daspletosaurus 2 Deinonychus Giganotosaurus Megaraptor Microceratops Ornithomimus Oviraptor Parasaurolophus Spinosaurus 1 Spinosaurus 2 Stygimoloch 1 Stygimoloch 2 Pterosaurs Pteranodon sternbergi Pteranodon Cearadactylus Quetzalcoatlus Tapejara Tropeognathus Ancient Birds and Feathered Dinosaurs Caudipteryx Microraptor Random Facts? biggest change in the cretaceous had to be the appearance and advancement of flowering plants At the end of the cretaceous period a mass extinction second only to the permian triassic extinction wiped out over 80% of all living species on the planet earth. It wasn’t just the dinosaurs that were affected, pterosaurs, mosasaurs, plesiosaurs, ammonites, belemnites and many other species which were common at that time simply dissappeared. not 100% clear what caused the extinction but some key factors which contributed to it include the striking of a massive asteroid about 10 kilometres in diameter. This asteroid landed in the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico and would have had disasterous consequences ranging from forest fires to sunlight blocking dust and causing mass darkness and death to both animal and plant life. Diff types of plants you could see in the Cretaceous period By the end of the period some of the flowers may have looked like this... Or this.. This is a fossil found in the Cretaceous period Bibliography Other pics.. :) By: Mikaela and Lexi :) The Cretaceous Time Period

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