Absolute and relative dating ppt
by Jayaram VIslam originated in the desert sands of Arabia as a reaction against prevailing native traditions based on the revelations received by Prophet Muhammad.
Hinduism originated in the temperate climate of the Indian subcontinent as a result of the synthesis of different indigenous and foreign traditions and in continuation of the prehistoric religious beliefs of lost civilizations.
Relative dating methods were the first dating techniques to be developed, and are still widely used.
The radiocarbon dating method was developed in the late 1940's by Dr. Libby, who later won a Nobel Prize in chemistry for this work.
Relative dating methods can not establish exactly how old things are, but only how old things are relative to other things.
Relative dating is based on the law of superposition which states that material found at the bottom of a sedimentary sequence is older than the material above it.
This lesson introduces absolute dating and a few ways in which scientists accomplish it.
The majority of the lesson focuses on radiometric dating, including an activity where students date their own "rocks and fossils".
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