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Warm Up, September 24 th, 2013 1) In the northern hemisphere, the day of the year with the longest time between sunrise and sunset occurs on which continent? (a) Europe(b) South America (c) Antarctica (d) Australia (e) Africa 2) Infer the point of learning density and measurement before the scientific method. Slide 2 First! Critical Thinking Brain Pop Slide 3 Relative Dating* - The age of an object compared to the age of another object. Absolute Dating* - The exact age of an object based on a sequence of time (chronological). Slide 4 1) 9:15 AM is when first bell rings 2) 3 rd Period is after lunch 3) 542 Million Years Ago 4) Ill be back in 5 minutes 5) You can go to the bathroom after Peyton 6) Brush your teeth before you go to bed Absolute vs Relative Dating Slide 5 Fossils Slide 6 Original Remains Slide 7 Ice Slide 8 Tar Slide 9 Amber Slide 10 Fossils* Traces or remains of living things from long ago. Original Remains* Fossils that are the actual bodies or body parts of organisms. Can be found in ice, tar, and amber. Slide 11 Mold* Cast* - A mold is when a visible shape of a plant or animal was left in a sedimentary rock. - A cast is when a mold is filled in to produce a solid model in the shape of the mold. Slide 12 Petrified Wood* - The stone fossil of a tree. Slide 13 Carbon Films* - When a dead plant or decaying animal leaves behind its carbon. Slide 14 Trace Fossils* - Evidence of an animals presence in a given location (waste, footprints, bite marks) Slide 15 Ice Core* - A tubular sample that shows the layers of snow and ice that have built up over thousands of years. Slide 16 Absolute vs Relative Dating: Disc Ed Slide 17 Types of Rocks -Igneous -Sedimentary -Metamorphic Slide 18 Types of Rocks -Igneous -Sedimentary -Metamorphic Slide 19 More Superposition! Faulting Slide 20 More Superposition! Unconformity Slide 21 Slide 22 More Superposition!