Time1 - TIME PRS Figure out at what time you put on your...

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PRS Figure out at what time you put on your shoes this morning (assuming you are wearing shoes). What dating technique did you use? A. Numerical Time B. Relative Time C. both
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PRS Which type of time reckoning do you use most often? A. Numerical Time B. Relative Time
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Bishop Ussher – Earth formed 4004 B.C. –October 23 – using Biblical history GROUP QUESTION: Think of another way to come up with a minimum age for the earth (do not use radioactivity)
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Uniformitarianism - James Hutton "no ves tige of a beginning, no pros pect of an end." “The present is the key to the past” But rates of processes change – so only things that are constant are physical laws.
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Original Horizontality Superposition Crosscutting Relationships Inclusions
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Group Question Using your experience with sediments, like the sand on a beach, is there a problem with Steno’s Principle of Original Horizontality? If so, what?
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Unconformities
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Going back to your beach, is there an unconformity there? Most of Geologic time is represented by unconformities
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course GLY 1000 taught by Professor Parker during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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Time1 - TIME PRS Figure out at what time you put on your...

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