Now that we’ve briefly gone over the history of the Earth, it’s time to look at some different geologic structures that span all those eons. This will require gaining an understanding of rock deformation. We need to discuss the terms stress and strain, as well as Young’s modulus, which describes their relationship. From there we can describe the different types of rock deformation. Let’s go!
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