the mississippian period was 40 million years ago, and it is an era of time that scientists use to categorise a point in the earth's geological time.
The Mississippian Period occurred between 360 and 325 million years ago. This era lasted 35 million years. This was part of the Carboniferous Period.
The Mississippian time period lasted from 360 to 325 million years ago, a time span of 35 million years.
The Mississippian is a portion of the Carboniferous geologic time period. It dates to between 359-318 million years ago.
The Pennsylvanian Period was from about 325 million to 280 million years ago. It is part of the Paleozoic Era. The Pennsylvanian and the Mississippian (345 to 325 MYA) are often grouped together as the Carboniferous Period.
300 million years ago was near the end of the Carboniferous period. The later half of this period is sometimes called the Mississippian.
The Mississippian period produced Barnett shale approximately 354 million years ago. This geological formation is located in the Bend Arch Basin in Texas and runs completely under the city of Fort Worth.
The dominant organism that lived in the Mississippian period were giant insects and reptiles and killer bees
The Paleozoic Era began. Development of fish amphibians, insects and reptiles. Cambrian Period Ordovician period Silurian Period. Devonian Period Mississippian Period Pennsylvanian Period Permian Period
At the end of the Wood land period begin
Mississippian was a period of tropical climate overall, with warm temperatures, abundant plant life, and the highest oxygen levels in Earth's history.
Yes. The Mississippian period is a part of the Paleozoic era, along with the Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian, Pennsylvanian, and Permian periods.
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The Carboniferous Period has been divided into the Lower Carboniferous (Mississippian) and the Upper Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian) based on the differing stratigraphy found on different continents. The Mississippian has a stratigraphy that was mostly limestone, and most coal-bearing deposits (not all) were found in the Pennsylvanian.
The Mesozoic Period stretched from 248 million years ago to 65 million years ago.
Buildup of carbon deposits led to surplus oxygen in the atmosphere. Oxygen built up in the Mississippian period and by the end of the carboniferous period, 35% of the atmosphere was oxygen. -nb
145 million years ago.
about 1952 years ago
The Jurassic Period is defined as the period of time between 200 million years ago to 145 million years ago.
8oo AD to 1600 AD