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Ediacaran Period
This period of time lasted from 630-542 million years ago. During this time, the super continent Rodinia had split into three parts- West Gondwana, East Gondwana, and Lauraisa. East and West Gondwana formed together making the Pan Africian Orogeny. (More)
Edicaran period.
635-540 M.Y.A. At 635 M.Y.A. The Earth\'s atmosphere was 14.4 % O2 and .20 % co2. At 540 M.Y.A. The Earth\'s atmosphere was at 16.5 % o2 and .35 % co2. Days were 21.3 hours long. Earth started to warm up from the ice age. \"Earth finde (More)
Tonian Period
Geology- Tectonic formation was Rodinia, buried cole, ice covered the Earth (Ice Age). Flora- There were no flora life forms. The only life forms at the time w (More)
Neoproterozioc Era: Ediacaran Period
Age: The Ediacaran, also known as Vendian was the last period of the Neoproteroozoic Era. This period lasted from about 653 million years ago until 542 million years ago. Geology: during this time period the earth was a supercontinent called Rodin (More)
Neoproterozioic Era: The Crynogenian Period
Cryogenian period is the 2nd geologic period of the Neoproterozoic Era, after the Tonian and before the Ediacaran. This period took place between 850-635mya (million years ago). All of the continents had fully assembled together to form the superc (More)
Neoproterozoic Era
1the age was 1000 -541 million years ago .from app \"earthviewer \" 2The Snowball Earth hypothesis posits that the Earth\'s surface became entirely or nearly entirely frozen at least once, some time earlier than 650 Ma (million years ago). http:/ (More)
The Cryogenian Period
The Cryogenian Period The cryogenian period got its name from the constant glaciations that covered most of the world. The cryogenian period lasted from 850 to 635 million years ago. Two glaciers covered the Earth durning this time: the Sturtian g (More)
A Brave Neo World.
The Neoproterzoic Era is an era of time ranging from 1,000-541 million years ago. This is a very illusive era; as many many evidences of flora and fauna are missing from the fossil record.   Geology: During this time the world went from (More)
Neoproterozoic Era
**This era extended from about 1,000 to 542 million years ago **The supercontinents Rodinia straddled the equator and eventually broke into many individual landmasses. Later, the greatest ice age ever known to have occurred on Earth happened due t (More)
Cryogenian Period
During the cryogenian period it had been suggested that the glaciation was so severe it may even have reached the equator because of this they nicknamed the cryogenia (More)

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