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Volcanoes and earthquakes and glaciers, oh my!

sorseress

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Yep, but that was a VERY long time ago, and back in those days the earth was soooo much younger!
 

DHyslop

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A lot of 101 classes don't get to isostatic rebound, even today. Which is a shame, because concepts like that are things that stick with people down the road, as opposed to, say, the difference between plagioclase and potassium feldspar.

Dan
 

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DHyslop said:
A lot of 101 classes don't get to isostatic rebound, even today. Which is a shame, because concepts like that are things that stick with people down the road, as opposed to, say, the difference between plagioclase and potassium feldspar.

Dan
You know, that probably IS the kind of thing I would have remembered.
 

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