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Geological dating of mountains

It rained for 45 days, and the whole earth was flooded.

Concentrated sediment flows produce thick strata sequences by abrupt deposition from liquefied suspension or evenly bedded strata by flow transformation to a tractive current.

These and many other obvious processes are leading many geologists to construct a global flood model for earth history.

Lower Pennsylvanian floras are represented in the Peñarroya–Belmez–Espiel (Córdoba) and Villanueva del Río y Minas (Sevilla) coalfields of SW Spain (also strike-slip controlled), at La Camocha, near Gijón (Asturias), and in other parts of northern Spain.

Sixteen miles from Grand Canyon's south rim, a cone-shaped butte rises like a lone sentinel 1,000 feet above the Coconino Plateau floor.

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Upper Pennsylvanian (Stephanian Stage–Cantabrian to Stephanian B substages) floras are splendidly represented in NW Spain.