by L. Sue Baugh

This beautiful poster is a full-color reproduction of the Typical Timeline and Full Timeline found in the book Echoes of Earth. The companion 54-page Timelines of Earth Booklet offers fascinating details about the remarkable story of Earth and the rise and evolution of life. A wonderful reference for home or classroom!

Poster/Booklet: $15.00 + FREE SHIPPING

Poster: 9 x 11 (folds out to 36”) glossy paper
Booklet: 8.5 x 11 softcover, 54 pages.
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Typical timeline of earth

This Typical Timeline, found in most books and websites, minimizes the first 4 billion years of Earth history and focuses only on complex life, which includes us. The author’s detailed illustrations convey the drama of evolving life over the past 600 million years to the present time. But this timeline ignores the greatest story of the planet’s history.

Full Timeline of earth

The Full Timeline, unfolding to 36”, tells the remarkable story of Earth from the beginning up to the present time. In the first 4 billion years, ancient stone and ancient life transformed the planet from a barren wasteland to a world teeming with life. Ancient Eubacteria and Archaea were the greatest terra formers the planet has ever known, giving us oxygen, the protective ozone layer, and the genetic elements that allow life to evolve and diversify. Without these tiny builders, all complex life, including us, would not exist.

Images from Timelines of Earth Booklet
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The Timelines of Earth Booklet provides a fascinating illustrated guide to the two timelines, including:

Full Timeline: describes important events in each eon, including the key “inventions” of life.
Typical Timeline: provides details about each geologic era and period, including:

major evolutionary advances, climate changes, and mass extinctions

name, pronunciation, and description of animals and plants in every geologic period

Timelines of Earth—the remarkable story of Earth history and our own!