[ US /ˈkæmbɹiən/ ]
  1. a native or resident of Wales
  2. from 544 million to about 500 million years ago; marine invertebrates
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Wales or its people or their language
    Welsh syntax
    the Welsh coast
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How To Use Cambrian In A Sentence

  • Note that several Cambrian and early Ordovician mass extinctions are not shown here.
  • Well-preserved Late Cambrian radiolarian faunas were recovered from carbonate rocks of the Cow Head Group of the Great Northern Peninsula of the island of Newfoundland, Canada.
  • The effects of UV on microorganisms growing under conditions prevalent during the early Precambrian Aeon are examined.
  • Certainly the Cambrian record is deeply biased in favour of shelly fossils, as revealed by the exceptionally preserved Burgess Shale and Chengjiang biotas, where the vast majority of taxa and individuals were non-biomineralizing.
  • Meysman et al. also assign a "revolutionary" position to bioturbation in the grand scheme of evolution: "Benthic fauna had to adapt to the newly emerging bioturbated sediment conditions, thereby fuelling the 'Cambrian explosion'". Bioturbation all around you
  • Since two of the primitive calymenides, Pharostomina and Bavarilla, had natant hypostomes it seems very likely that the Cambrian sister taxon would also be natant.
  • The Cambrian fossil record suggests that many metazoans were macroscopic and adapted for life in the macrobenthos.
  • Paleobotany: Sedimentary rocks show pollen in very deep, "Precambrian" strata. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • The small fleet of 37's used on the Cambrian is being dispersed to Petroleum and other sectors.
  • Among these, we will take up the Cambrian explosion and its relation to paleontology and systematics.
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