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Use this interactive to work out the relative ages of some rock layers from youngest to oldest. Drag and drop the text labels onto the diagram. Help us work out the relative ages of the layers of sedimentary rocks. Remember that the younger sedimentary rocks lie on top of older ones and were horizontal when formed. It looks as though one group of layers was tilted and eroded away before new rocks were formed on top. Drag and drop the text labels next to the layer you think is being described. If you want to redo an answer, click on the box and the answer will go back to the top so you can move it to another box. If you want to check your answers, use the reset incorrect button, which will reset incorrect answers only. When you are satisfied with your selection, use the check answers button to check them.
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For classroom activities based on using Steno's Laws to examine relative geologic time click here sampleactivity. Back Home Next.
A Relative Dating Activity is a hands on exercise which introduces students to the concepts of sequencing and using fossils to establish relative dates for rock strata. In the first part of the activity, students are asked to sequence cards by identifying and ordering overlapping letters found on the cards. In the second part of the activity, students progress to dating rock layers by sequencing fossils found in the different strata. Using the results of these activities, teachers can then lead students in a discussion of the Law of Superposition and the identification and value of index fossils.