== == Sedimentary rocks on the bottom of the oceans are younger because the ocean floor is constantly recycling itself. Oceanic plates are being added to at the oceanic ridge, and being destroyed by subduction when colliding with continental plates. Sedimentary rocks on continents are definitely subject to erosional forces, but not generally to plate destruction forces.
It is the Law of Superposition.
At a bottom of a lake, a river delta, an ocean, or similar location where further movement is restricted or slowed down.
Is at the bottom of course! Since sedimentary rock is formed when layers build up and then harden. So the younger would be at the top.!
The bottom layer of a sedimentary rock is called the basal layer. This layer is considered the coarsest in the rock.
The bottom, cause its the oldest. And cause its the oldest its on the bottom. Therefore sedimentary rocks make the illuminati.
Bottom feeders, or aquatic sedimentary creatures
no because sedimentary rocks are made at the bottom of oceans
Yes they can. Their facies is called "lacustrine".
Continents and islands do not float - they rise up from the ocean floor, so are fully connected to the bottom of the ocean.
In the bottom
Usually on the bottom of a body of water
The rock forming the bottom of the canyon will display the oldest fossils.
Sedimentary rocks are mostly found in the bottom of the ocean and anywhere in the world.
at the bottom of lakes and oceans
same age. the ice caps just melted on top over the rocks at the bottom of the sea.
At the bottom sedimentary rock layers
Rock strata can be formed in layers at the bottom of lakes.
the older rocks are at the bottom and the younger rocks are at the top
The type of sedimentary rock in which the older rocks, unless disrupted, are on the bottom is called a fossil-rich limestone. This rock contains fossil remains of prehistoric organisms.
sedimentary rock #apex;)