GLG 101 Final Project Factors Forces of Geological Features

GLG 101 Final Project Factors Forces of Geological Features...

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Geology of Georgia Lakisha McGee June 24, 2010 Geology 101
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Geologic Time 300 MA collision that formed the Appalachians 200 MA break up of Pangea Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary rock deposition Quaternary beach complexes
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Complex geologic history Plate collisions, erosion, sea level change Blue Ridge Valley and Ridge Piedmont Coastal Plain
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Coastal Plain Region of Cretaceaous & Cenozoic sedimentary rocks and sediments Lower Coastal Plain is a series of Quaternary beach complexes Dip toward SE
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Geological Event 220 million years ago, Pangea broke apart as Atlantic Ocean opened. New continental margin formed in the southeast Accumulation of sediments on new eastern margin of North American created the Coastal Plain.
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Coastal Erosion Inland erosion – Providence Canyon S.P. Other important weathering and erosion events
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