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Ohio has a rich geologic history involving the Paleozoic era, specifically the Ordovician and Silurian periods of time for the southwestern part of the state. Ohio was once covered with tropical seas, the evidence for which are the marine fossils found in the limestones, dolomites, and shale rocks in the area. This research project involves a comparison of fossils and geological history of Clifton Gorge, Germantown MetroPark and other parks in the Dayton area. This project also includes a guide for educators on how to engage students through the connection of real world experiences at the high school level using the Ohio Model Curricula (Next Generation Science Standards) and local geology

Publication Date

4-9-2014

Project Designation

Independent Research

Primary Advisor

Michael R. Sandy

Primary Advisor's Department

Geology

Keywords

Stander Symposium poster

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Arts and Humanities | Business | Education | Engineering | Life Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Social and Behavioral Sciences

A Look at Ohio's Past: A Focus on Ordovician and Silurian Period Fossils Found in the Dayton Area

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