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historical geology

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(Geological Science) the branch of geology concerned with the evolution of the earth and its life forms from its origins to the present
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As this story goes, evangelical anti-intellectualism, especially as manifested by stiff opposition to biological evolution, historical geology, and biblical criticism, endured well into the second half of the twentieth century when it resurfaced publicly as the young-earth creationism advanced by the Creation Research Society and popularized by the Institute for Creation Research.
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Historical geology; evolution of earth and life through time, 7th ed.
From the remaining, fragmentary lecture notes, Bell's 'Geology' appears to have been 'standard' in terms of what was taught until the 1960s, dealing with rock types, structures, surface expression, fossil content, environments of formation, and the different sub-disciplines then within Geology (physiography, lithology, paleontology, dynamic geology, historical geology).
Consideration of the intervening physiography between Mexican and Guatemalan populations of Heloderma and the historical geology of the region prompted speculation that ancestral populations gained entry into the Motagua Valley not from the Grijalva Depression, but from along the Pacific corridor and the Santa Rosa-Jalapa lowlands (Campbell and Vannini, 1988).
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