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Name of ice sheet that covered Hamilton 20 000 years ago
term: axis of rotation of the earth moves in a ciricle
River that crossed Canada during the Cenozoic period
name of one of the oldest known dinosaurs, it was a flesh eater
carnivorous, bipedal saurischia
length of glacial/interglacial cycles 3 million years ago (use numerals, spaces instead of commas)
formed between fold and thrust belts on the Western margin of North America and craton to the east
ocean formed when laurasia and gondwana separated
group that included crocodiles, extinct flying reptiles, dinosaurs
environment that has tills and drumlines
formed when North America drifted west and bumped into volcanic islands, hotspots and microcontinents during the break up of pangea
order that evolved from thecodonts, name means 'lizard hipped'
this type of geologic structure forms traps for oil and gas
immense herbivore saurischia
the closing of the central american seaway caused warm water to be directed northward, and resulted in a warm period called
length of glacial/interglacial cycles 1 million years ago (use numerals, spaces instead of commas)
rder that evolved from thecodonts, name means 'bird hipped'
name of land bridge that developed during the cenozoic
these formed when hard Cambrian limestone was thrust over softer Mesozoic rocks
cold currents that developed around Antarctica during the late Eocene
term: changes in the angle of earth's spin axis
these organisms are used to reconstruct past climates because they record oxygen isotope composition of ocean water
this sequence was deposited during the cretaceous period
agile, small, bipedal dinosaurs

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