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The Carboniferous was characterized by environmental conditions that led to the widespread deposition of sediments that later formed coal. True False
I think its false. Because, the Late Carboniferous was characterized by postglacial transgressions.
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User: The Carboniferous was characterized by environmental conditions that led to the widespread deposition of sediments that later formed coal. True False





Weegy: I think its false. Because, the Late Carboniferous was characterized by postglacial transgressions.
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