What are the key principles of relative dating

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Relative dating is the science of determining the relative order of past events i. In geology, rock or superficial deposits , fossils and lithologies can be used to correlate one stratigraphic column with another. Prior to the discovery of radiometric dating in the early 20th century, which provided a means of absolute dating , archaeologists and geologists used relative dating to determine ages of materials. Though relative dating can only determine the sequential order in which a series of events occurred, not when they occurred, it remains a useful technique.
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Key principles of relative dating

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Key principles of relative dating

Principle of Uniformitarianism Present day geologic processes have operated throughout geologic time. The laws of physics and chemistry that governed geologic processes in the past are the same as those that govern processes now and in the future. The geologic timescale is a chronology calendar of events on Earth based on obtaining ages of past events. These ages have been derived from relative dating and absolute dating radiometric dating of rock layers and fossils.
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Relative dating is a dating method that used to determine determine the relative ages of geologic strata , artifacts , historical events, etc. This technique does not give specific ages to items. It only sequences the age of things or determines if something is older or younger than other things. Some types of relative dating techniques include climate chronology, dendrochronology , ice core sampling , stratigraphy , and seriation. Between the years of and , James Hutton and William Smith advanced the concept of relative dating.
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Geologic Time : The science of Geology didn't take shape until the discovery of geologic time deep time. Nevertheless, by Ussher's time, significant steps had been taken: 15th and 16th century astronomers had shown that actual observations of nature could yield important new information not found in revered ancient texts. Nicholas Steno : Danish Critically examined the current belief among intellectuals that fossils were not the remains of organisms but, rather, "sports of nature" whose resemblance to living things was coincidental. Looking at "tongue stones" which suspiciously resembled sharks' teeth, he noted that they not only looked exactly like sharks' teeth, but that he could even say what species of shark and what part of the mouth.

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