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1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence?
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks?
3. What do we call layers of rock?
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence? Relative Dating
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks?
3. What do we call layers of rock?
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence? Relative Dating
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks? Stratigraphy
3. What do we call layers of rock?
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence? Relative Dating
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks? Stratigraphy
3. What do we call layers of rock? Strata
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence? Relative Dating
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks? Stratigraphy
3. What do we call layers of rock? Strata
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of Superposition
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence? Relative Dating
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks? Stratigraphy
3. What do we call layers of rock? Strata
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of Superposition
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
Horizontality
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence? Relative Dating
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks? Stratigraphy
3. What do we call layers of rock? Strata
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of Superposition
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
Horizontality
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
Lateral Continuity
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
1. What do we call the process used to arrange geological events, and the rocks they leave behind,
in a sequence? Relative Dating
2. What do we call the method of reading the order of rocks? Stratigraphy
3. What do we call layers of rock? Strata
4. Sedimentary rocks are normally laid down in order, one on top of another. In a sequence, the
oldest is at the bottom, the youngest is at the top. This is the principle of Superposition
5. Most sedimentary rocks are laid down in flat, horizontal layers. This is the principle of
Horizontality
6. Layers of sedimentary rock extend sideways in the same order. This is the principle of
Lateral Continuity
7. Geologists have studied the order in which fossils appeared and disappeared through time and
rocks. This study is called
Biostratigraphy