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Cryogenian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Cryogenian (pronounced / k r aɪ oʊ ˈ dʒ ɛ n i ə n /, from Greek cryos "cold" and genesis "birth") is a geologic period that lasted from . It forms the ...

BBC Nature - Cryogenian period videos, news and facts

Cryogenian period. A succession of incredibly harsh ice ages waxed and waned during the Cryogenian. It is nicknamed Snowball Earth as it's been suggested that the ...

History of Earth - Cryogenian Period - (Proterozoic Eon)

CRYOGENIAN: THE PROTEROZOIC EON (Cryogenian Period) 850 to 635 Million Years Ago. The Age of "Snowball Earth" The Sturtian and Marinoan Global Ice Ages.

Earth Science | Category | Cryogenian 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 ...

Talk:Cryogenian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cryogenian is part of WikiProject Geology, an attempt at creating a standardized, informative, comprehensive and easy-to-use geology resource. If you would like to ...

The Cryogenian Period - The Geologic Time Scale - Chapter 17

Abstract: The Cryogenian Period is characterized by evidence for at least two prolonged episodes of widespread, even global, glaciation and the contemporaneous

Palaeos Proterozoic: Neoproterozoic: Cryogenian

An intro to the Proterozoic era, includes a review of each of the geological sub-divisions and the various forms of life that lived during this time

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Cryogenian - Fossil Wiki - Wikia

Climate Edit. The name of the geologic period refers to the very cold global climate of the Cryogenian: characteristic glacial deposits indicate that Earth suffered ...

Cryogenian - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Cryogenian is a geological period, from ~850 million years ago (mya) to 635 mya. It lies in the middle Proterozoic eon before the Ediacaran period.