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Which principle tells us that rock layers separated by a valley, but otherwise similar, are assumed to have once been continuous? A. superposition B. faunal succession C. original horizontality D. lateral continuity
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Which scientist is known for first recognizing the principle of faunal succession? A. Charles Darwin B. James Hutton C. William Smith D. Nicolaus Steno
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Dendrochronology is most useful in tropical areas where trees grow very tall. a. True b. False
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Dendrochronology is most useful in tropical areas where trees grow very tall. a. True b. False
Weegy: a. True. Dendrochronology is most useful in tropical areas where trees grow very tall. User: If a radioactive nuclide has a half-life of 1.3 billion years and it is determined that a rock contains 25% of its original amount of this nuclide, about how old is the rock? a. 1.3 billion years b. 2.6 billion years c. 0.65 billion years d. 3.9 billion years Weegy: C, 0.65 billion years (More)
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