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A rock cycle is proposed, in which geological processes of erosion, deposition and metamorphism are primarily controlled by vertical movements of crustal blocks. This rock cycle is considered to provide a framework for the scientific study of catastrophic episodes of Earth history.
Creationism, rock cycle, tectonically-controlled, erosion, deposition, metamorphism, geological processes
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Tyler, David J.
"A Tectonically-Controlled Rock Cycle,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2
, Article 59.
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