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Red Rocks of Sedona

By Ken Bakken
About 320 million years ago, the area of Sedona lay under water in a sea, and the first layer of Sedona's rock formation came from the shells of sea creatures. Later, rivers deposited sediment that is now red sandstone that easily erodes. About 275 million years ago, sand that was eroded from ancient mountains and carried by ancient rivers was deposited in a delta, now Sedona in Arizona.

Published by Computers R-E-Z in 2009
File size: 2.05 MB

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Bakken, Ken. Red Rocks of Sedona. Typical_Red_Rocks_of_Sedona.jpg. 2009. My eCoach® eLibrary. Online. Available. 8 October 2015. <http://www.my-ecoach.com>
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Grade Level(s):All
Curriculum Areas:Science
Themes/Keywords: Arizona

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