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DBlevins
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Message 192 of 293 (681112)
11-22-2012 4:44 PM
Reply to: Message 184 by Dr Adequate
10-15-2012 11:57 AM


Re: Cross-Cutting Relationships
The brown sedimentary rocks (A) must be younger than the dike (B)

I think you may have made a mistake here. The intrusion can't be older than what it intrudes into.

you're correct below.

Why must a dike or similar intrusion be younger than the rock into which it intrudes? Because a sheet of molten rock would not stand up by itself.

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