Collection by Francisco Romero

Francisco Romero
Geologic Time Scale With Animal Pictures Earth Science Lessons, Earth And Space Science, Earth From Space, Life Science, Science And Nature, Science And Technology, Science Geek, Science Classroom, Classroom Ideas

Geology Rocks

The fascinating, awe inspiring, beer drinking world influenced by the earth's oldest science. This blog is about all things geology. Landmarks, minerals, sedimentary deposition, pretty pictures, and...

The Cambrian Explosion was a dramatic burst of evolutionary changes in life on Earth. During the Cambrian Period, which began about 540 million years, trilobites were the dominant species. Earth Science, Science And Nature, Nasa, Montessori Science, Story Of The World, History Timeline, Science Lessons, Science Biology, Space Exploration

Cenozoic Era: Facts About Climate, Animals & Plants

The Cenozoic Era began about 65 million years ago and continues into the present.

Sedimentary Rock Formation In this activity, you will watch a video. Then work with your pair and open a Word document to write a paragrap. Sedimentary Rock Formation, Dating A Younger Man, Earth Science Lessons, Life Science, Science Experiments, Rock Cycle, 8th Grade Science, Online Dating Websites, Teaching Science

Geologic Time Scale (The Earth is aprox. 4.5 Billion years old. In other words, waay too long (incredibly long time) to wrap our heads around as limited primate thinking beings. So we split it up into sections of 'vast' time, that geologists study through rocks and remnant materials observable today. //This Time Scale only shows the time when life was around, though there is evidence for simple life during the VAST Precambrian Era of Earth.

From Wikiwand: Wentworth grain size chart from United States Geological Survey Open-File Report Soil Classification, Earth Science Lessons, Science Geek, Rock Identification, United States Geological Survey, Grain Size, Teacher Boards, Space Images, Civil Engineering

Correlation chart showing the relationships between phi sizes, millimeter diameters, size classifications, and ASTM and Tyler sieve sizes.