|Statement||by S.A. Schumm.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 454-H|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
Tall Erosional Remnants. Demonstrate Catastrophic Erosion. Schumm, S., Disparity between present rates of denudation and orogeny. U. S. Geological Professional Paper. , Washington, D.C. Climate has been widely held to have a predominant influence on rates of. denudation, although in the light of more recent data it is doubtful. Judson, S., and Ritter, D., , Rates of regional denudation in the United States, J. Geophys. Res., 69, No. 16, – Google Scholar. The evolutionary story requires millions and billions of years, and most people assume that scientific dating has conclusively proved such ages. However, most dating methods yield age estimates that are much too young for the evolutionary story, even given uniformitarian assumptions.1 These include estimates that look at the earth as a whole. Such estimates should be more reliable because. The Impossibility of “Old” Planation Surfaces. The reason they accepted this date is current weathering and denudation rates are so fast that S., Disparity between present rates of denudation and orogeny. U. S. Geological Professional Paper , Washington, D.C. 5. Twidale, C.R., The great age of some Australian File Size: KB.
Schumm SA () The disparity between present rates of denudation and orogeny. US Geol Surv Prof Pap No H, pp 1—13 Google Scholar Sleep N () Thermal effects of the formation of Atlantic continental margins by continental by: Schumm, S.A. () The disparity between present rates of denudation and orogeny. US Geological Survey, Professional Paper, H. Shroder Jr., J.F. and Bishop, M.P. Schumm, S., Disparity between present rates of denudation and orogeny, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper , Return to text. Oard, M.J., Are those ‘old’ landforms in Australia really old? Joournal of Creation 10(2)–, Return to text. Three early arguments for deep time—part 3: the ‘geognostic pile’ by John K. Reed and Michael J. Oard Of the three primary original arguments advanced for deep time in the 18th century, only one—the time needed to form the sedimentary rock record—is still advanced, .
Bibliography for Geology, part of a bibliography on evolution and creationism related topics S. A., , Catastrophes in Earth History: A Source Book of Geological Evidence, Speculation and Theory: El Cajon, California, Institute for Creation Research, p.; , The disparity between present rates of denudation and orogeny: United. Schumm, SA () The disparity between present rates of denudation and orogeny. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper H. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, H1 – H Google ScholarCited by: Ahnert [Ahnert, F., Functional relationships between denudation, relief and uplift in large mid-latitude drainage basins. Am. J. Sci. , –] proposed that a denudation rate D could be predicted by the relation D=h, where h is local relief, a substitute for mean slope. The present study seeks to explore the value of this simple equation as a normative geomorphological by: PP H / Schumm, S. A. / THE DISPARITY BETWEEN PRESENT RATES OF DENUDATION AND OROGENY, , pb, 3 figs., 1 table, $ 8 PP J / Cornwall, H. R. and Kleinhampl, F. J. / GEOLOGY OF BULLFROG QUADRANGLE AND ORE DEPOSITS RELATED TO BULLFROG HILLS CALDERA, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA AND INYO COUNTY CALIFORNIA, , pb, 25 pages, 9 plates (in .