Steno four principles of relative dating

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Steno, who was born on January 1, 1638, traveled Europe studying with many of the great scientists of his day.At the age of 28 he became a professor at the University of Padua, where he was “discovered” by the Grand Duke Ferdinando II de’Medici.The Grand Duke, known for sponsoring the sciences, took Steno in as his official physician and supported his research into anatomy and geology.

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Earth’s Oceans 14.1 Introduction to the Oceans 14.2 Ocean Movements 14.3 The Seafloor 14.4 Ocean Life 15.

Human Actions and Earth’s Waters 21.1 Humans and the Water Supply 21.2 Problems with Water Distribution 21.3 Water Pollution 21.4 Protecting the Water Supply 22.

Human Actions and the Atmosphere 22.1 Air Pollution 22.2 Effects of Air Pollution 22.3 Reducing Air Pollution 23.

Sedimentary rocks that contain fragments of another rock are younger than the rocks that the fragments came from.

Look at the two nearly identical diagrams, Figures 7 and 8.

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