History of Life on Earth Quiz 1 | starapplet
starapplet

History of Life on Earth Quiz 1


Definition and Understanding of Geologic Time Scale. Identify the Life forms that started and dominated during specific time intervals. Studying fossils, fossil types and ways of measuring the age of fossils.

Welcome to your History of Life on Earth Quiz 1

NameClass/SectionEmail
If an isotope of some element has a half-life of 15,000 years, approximately how much of the isotope atoms in a dating sample will remain after 30,000 years?
Which of the following statements is true?
Relative to the percent of time dominating the surface of Earth which organisms have the longest reign?
According to many Evolutionists, the Earth is ________ years old.
Understanding geologic time is significant because it helps us
Which of the following techniques can date wood and feathers?
Geologically speaking with reference to the entire history of the
earth, the dinosaurs went extinct…
100,000 years in the geologic history of Earth would be considered
In the early 1950's, _____________ was discovered to be a HOAX as a result of using Flourine Analysis Dating. This showed that the skull and jaw clearly were not from the same time period and the associated bones from extinct animals had much older fluorine and nitrogen ratios than either the jaw or the human skull.
It is the study of Fossils.
It is is a cast filled in with sediments.
When organic material is converted into stone, what type of fossil was formed ?
Which of the following statements is true of carbon-14?
Relative dating can tell us
Which organism first dominated Earth?


Related Posts

  1. History of Life on Earth Quiz 2
  2. BIOMOLECULES Structure and Functions
  3. Genetics and Inheritance 2


Post a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • TECH NEWS and REVIEWS

  • Tags

  • Categories