Asked in Ancient Egypt
Did the people of the Mississippian civilization build pyramids at served as temples?
did the people of the Mississippian civilization build pyramids and served as temples ...
Asked in Geology, Paleontology
How long ago was the Mississippian Period?
The Mississippian Period was from about 345 million to 325 million years ago. It is part of the Paleozoic Era. The Mississippian and the Pennsylvanian (325 to 280 MYA) are often grouped together as the Carboniferous Period. ...
Asked in History of Science
What were the dominant organisms living during the Mississippian Period?
The dominant organism that lived in the Mississippian period were giant insects and reptiles and killer bees ...
Asked in Animal Life
What type of marine organisms became dominant during the Mississippian?
Crinoids and ammonites were the dominant marine life forms during the Mississippian stage of the Carboniferous period. ...
Asked in Geology
What separates the Mississippian period from the Pennsylvanian period?
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. ...
Asked in Geology
What are the Pennsylvanian and mississippian periods called together?
The Pennsylvanian and Mississippian periods can be best explained by the carboniferous system which is divided into a number of sections. The division came from the North America stratigraphy. ...