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Author Topic:   How do geologist know what they are looking at really is what they say it is?
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08-28-2016 12:57 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by jar
08-28-2016 10:54 AM


Are all sedimentary rocks made the same way?
Hi jar. I wanted to take this "class" with you---as I never understood Geology that well. Maybe I can learn something along the way. I was curious as to your question regarding sedimentary rocks.

I started reading this article on Sedimentary Rocks from a Tulane University Geology Teacher, but I have never studied Geology before so I wanted some of our EvC folks to help explain it to me better.


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