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How are catastrophic events related to changes in geological timelines? A. They cause significant changes that disrupt the equilibrium of the earth and lead to natural separation points. B. They aren't related to changes in the geological timeline because they don't change the overall population dynamics. C. They define geological periods because scientists use them as reference points for tracking the history of the earth. D. They aren't related to changes in the geological timeline because the timeline is dictated by temperature cycles.
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They define geological periods because scientists use them as reference points for tracking the history of the Earth is how catastrophic events are related to changes in geological timelines.
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They define geological periods because scientists use them as reference points for tracking the history of the Earth is how catastrophic events are related to changes in geological timelines.
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