Exfoliation geology is a type of rock weathering where the rock's layers peel off in whole sheets instead of grain by grain. Large-scale exfoliation occurs due to the mechanics of gravity on a curved surface, while small... More »

Human skin replaces itself approximately once every 27 days, according to WebMD. The process of skin renewal occurs through exfoliation. More »

Some tips for having beautiful skin include using sunscreen during the day, gentle exfoliation and wearing sunglasses. Eating healthy foods also promotes healthy skin cells. More »

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According to the National Park Service, sedimentary rock forms when mud and sand are deposited into layers on the earth’s surface and later buried. The buried mud and sand is compacted by the weight of the overlying laye... More »

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According to the Institute for Creation Research, the gaps found in rock layers are known as “unconformities.” They represent erosion or a time period known as non-deposition. More »

The principle of superposition in geology states that rock forms horizontally, with the oldest layers of rock lying at the bottom of a formation and newer rock resting on top. For instance, the Kaibab Limestone at the ed... More »

Folding is a ductile behavior in which flat layers of rock bend in response to stress. Faulting is a brittle behavior in which a rock develops one or more fractures in response to stress. More »