The carboniferous period Jerome Moore

The carboniferous period Jerome Moore

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  • Carboniferous age, named after the rich seams of coal left in the geological traces of the era.
  • The Carboniferous stretches from about 358 million years ago to about about 298 million years ago.
  • Amphibians were the major players, so there was still heavy reliance on water
  • Early Carboniferous temperatures were pretty clement, around 20 degrees Celsius on average.
  • the oxygen levels were much higher than they are today because of the high volume of plant life.
  • Towards the back-end of the Carboniferous the rain-forest system collapsed leading to a cooler drier climate.
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