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GEOL 320 - The principle that ancient geologic features

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The principle that ancient geologic features can be interpreted in terms of modern processes because physical laws remain constant is called _____.


Compared to the underlying asthenosphere, Earth’s lithosphere “plates” are _____ and _____.


What is a silica tetrahedron?


What produces foliation in metamorphic rocks?


What is a trace fossil?


What is a Foraminifera?


What is an isotope?


What causes igneous rock textures to be either fine- or coarse-grained?


Explain the difference between ionic and covalent bonding. Give an example of each.


) What is a cladogram?

b) What is a cladogram used for?

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