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Minerals and Rocks
Plate Tectonics A Unifying Theory
Geologic Time Concepts and Principles
Rocks Fossils and Time Making Sense of the Geologic Record
Sedimentary Rocks The Archives of Earth History
Evolution The Theory and Its Supporting Evidence
Precambrian Earth and Life History The Hadean and the Archean Eon
Precambrian Earth and Life History The Proterozoic Eon
Life of the Mesozoic Era
Cenozoic Earth History The Paleogene and Neogene Periods
Cenozoic Earth History The Quaternary Period
Life of the Cenozoic Era
Primate and Human Evolution
EnglishMetric Conversion Chart
Classification of Organisms
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