Radiometric dating and the geological time scale


NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stony Brook University.

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In this activity, you will be able to combine your knowledge of relative dating methods (learned in Activity 7) with the absolute dating method to determine more accurately the geologic history of a region.

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