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Cliff's Geological History

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I give an account of the cliff's geological history based on the cliff diagram and the calculation that the age of rock c is 119,652,608 years old and the fact that rock c is known to be Gneiss.

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Since the age of rock C is 119, 652,608 years old, layers A and B must be younger than this. C is the metamorphic rock gneiss, which is formed from intense heat and/or pressure, and its parent rocks are typically ...

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Configurations of a Cliff's Geological History are given.

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