Daiteng - Cross-Cutting download album
- Album: Cross-Cutting
- FLAC: 1968 mb | MP3: 1173 mb
- Released: 2017
- Style: Industrial, Noise
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Cross-cutting relationships is a principle of geology that states that the geologic feature which cuts another is the younger of the two features. It is a relative dating technique in geology. It was first developed by Danish geological pioneer Nicholas Steno in Dissertationis prodromus (1669) and later formulated by James Hutton in Theory of the Earth (1795) and embellished upon by Charles Lyell in Principles of Geology (1830).
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RELATIVE DATING What is it ? Who Dunit ? James Hutton Let’s start with the story of James Hutton, a wealthy farmer born in 1726. dipping red sandstones were lying on top of some grey-coloured upright layers From his observations, he began to unravel the story of what had happened to these rocks RELATIVE DATING PRACTICAL So, what is Hutton’s Story ? The grey-coloured beds (A) were laid down as horizontal layers of soft muds in the sea.
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The topic covered was stratigraphy and relative dating, so we covered many key geological concepts including the principle of uniformitarianism and cross-cutting relationships. Here is a lesson and accompanying resources for a higher level Geology class. The topic covered was stratigraphy and relative dating, so we covered many key geological concepts including the principle of uniformitarianism and cross-cutting relationships.