Describing changing climate from early to late Mesozoic

Here is a fill-in-the-blanks practice exercise to help summarize some descriptive aspects of the changing Mesozoic climate. The [?] hint buttons offer words you can choose from.

One reason we believe temperatures were at the poles in the Triassic compared to today is that , , and have not been found in rocks that were at the poles during that time.

In the late Jurassic, continental interiors were , polar regions were and climate variability appeared to be compared to today.

Towards the mid Cretaceous sea levels were , the total global length of coastlines was , CO2 was today and there was probably ice at the poles.

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