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GEOL 008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Stegosauria, Thagomizer, Lesothosaurus

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GEOL 008 Lecture 16: 16 - The Remaining Saurischians

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The pubis points bach, against the ischium. Ornithischians - all closely related to iguanodon. Saurischians - sauropods (apatosaurus) + theropods (t re
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GEOL 008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Common Bottlenose Dolphin, Sclerotic Ring, Cartorhynchus

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Dorsal fin and caudal fluke are collage soft parts . Diapsids that lost the lower skull hole. Adapted to both land and sea - flexible limbs, not stream
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GEOL 008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Meriwether Lewis, Georges Cuvier, Mosasaur

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The complete dying out of a species or clade. Wasn"t accepted as possible until the 1800s. Discovered in 1598; driven to extinction by 1662. Extinction
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GEOL 008 Lecture 6: 06 - Evidence of Evolution and the Classification of Life

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GEOL 008 Lecture 2: Geology Age of Dino Notes 2_ Sedimentary Archive

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Paleontologists ( paleo = ancient, ology = study of. Tells us about: anatomy (parts) and physiology (function) of life. The study of physical structure
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GEOL 008 Lecture 14: 14 -The Fearfully Great

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Early dinosaurs were small, bipedal omnivores with five fingered gras[ong hands. Speculation about evolution but no widely accepted and no natural sele
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GEOL 008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Speciation

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GEOL 008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nicolas Steno, Geologic Time Scale, Paleozoic

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Ma = mega annums = million years ago. Ga = giga annums = billion years ago. Cenozoic - the age of mammals (ceno - recent) Mesozoic - the age of dinosau
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GEOL 008 Lecture 19: 19- The Boneheads

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GEOL 008 Lecture 15: 15 - The Bone Wars

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Nephew of multi millionaire philanthropist george peabody. Peabody museum of natural history at yale, marsh became chair of. Mostly hired workers to fi
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GEOL 008 Lecture 9: 09 - Cambrian Explosion

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First appeared 3. 5 ga (or 3. 5 ga) Eventually, single celled organisms joined up into multicellular organisms. Multicellularity arose independently in
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