Reading: Übung 2 von Mike Giesler

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Der Vortrag „Reading: Übung 2“ von Mike Giesler ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Vorbereitungskurs TOEFL iBT“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Extinction of the Dinosaurs
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Dozent des Vortrages Reading: Übung 2

 Mike Giesler

Mike Giesler

Mike Giesler ist Dozent für SAT und TOEFL Kurse und kennt sich als solcher bestens aus mit den TOEFL Anforderungen. Er ist Experte für die englische Sprache und bietet Expertise in den Bereichen Auslandsstudium, Studienplatzvergabe und Stipendium.

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... of the Late Cretaceous climate? a) Summers were very warm and winters very cold. b) Shallow seas ...

... the movement of seaways back into the oceans. c) The change from mild to severe climates during the late Cretaceous period ...

... that dinosaurs may have become extinct because they were not cold-blooded animals. b) To question the adequacy of the hypothesis that climatic change related to sea levels caused ...

... the Cretaceous period caused severe fluctuation in sea level, resulting in the extinction of the dinosaurs. c) Frequent changes in climate before the Cretaceous period made dinosaurs better able to ...

... important ways or leave out essential information. a) The fossil record suggests that there was an abrupt extinction of many plants and animals at the end of the Mesozoic era. b) Few fossils of the Mesozoic ...

... layer of clay at the end of the Cretaceous? c) What was the effect of the surprising observation scientists made? d) Why did the scientists ...

... Iridium in microscopic meteorites reaching Earth during the Cretaceous period would have been incorporated into Earth‘s core. b) Iridium in the boundary clay was deposited much more ...

... drop in the surface temperatures of the continents. c) An extreme decrease in rainfall on ...

... paragraph is repeated below and shows four letters (A, B, C, and D) that indicate where the following ...

... scientists can estimate how long it might have taken to deposit the observed amount of Iridium in the boundary clay. (A) These calculations suggest that a period of about one million years would have been required. (B) However, other reliable evidence suggests that the deposition of the boundary ...

... selecting the THREE answer choices that express the most important ideas in the passage. Some sentences do not belong in the summary because they express ideas that ...

... simple climate change does not explain some important data related to the extinction of the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous. ...

... Iridium found in clay deposited at that time have fueled the development of a new hypothesis. e) Some scientists hypothesize that the extinction of ...