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Which geologic principle states that if rock strata are found folded or faulted, the folding or faulting occurred after they were deposited? Question 3 options: faunal succession uniformitarianism original horizontality cross-cutting relationships
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A group of rock layers containing similar fossils of similar age is called a A. strata B. stage C. season D. series
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A group of rock layers containing similar fossils of similar age is called a: STRATA.
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