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Unformatted text preview: contacts not the types of rock) define where time is lost, and why EX: A) Sedimentary deposition (a-g) straight lines with water onto Use horizontally and superposition B)Uplift, tilting and faulting (a-g) in diagonal lines and the transform fault "H" is there C) Erosion. ... the top rocks are eroded. .. turns into I D) Sedimentary deposition (JKL added) and water on top "angular unconformity" E) Intrusion of Magma (M) (perhaps a dike) F) Uplift and erosion G) Sedimentary deposition on top of eroded L (NOPQ) added H) Intrusion (R) I) Lava flow (S) J) Sedimentary deposition (T) water on top Lab...
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