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Summary

"This image from Lake Mead NRA shows a sequence of sedimentary rock layers (strata). The oldest layers, Cambrian (dated by radiometric dating to 570-505 million years) are at the base, with younger layers piled on top. The older layers are lower 'relative' to the younger layers."

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"This image from Lake Mead NRA shows a sequence of sedimentary rock layers (strata). The oldest layers, Cambrian (dated by radiometric dating to 570-505 million years) are at the base, with younger layers piled on top. The older layers are lower 'relative' to the younger layers."

USGS http://www2.nature.nps.gov/geology/usgsnps/gtime/gtime1.html

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current19:34, 27 April 2009Thumbnail for version as of 19:34, 27 April 2009190 × 255 (22 KB)Temlakos"This image from Lake Mead NRA shows a sequence of sedimentary rock layers (strata). The oldest layers, Cambrian (dated by radiometric dating to 570-505 million years) are at the base, with younger layers piled on top. The older layers are low

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