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Riya Sen posted an Question
August 17, 2021 • 21:48 pm 30 points
  • IIT JAM
  • Geology (GG)

18. the presence of reef corals in a sedimentary sequence indicates that deposition took place (a) near the equator (b) near the poles (c) in fluvial environmen

18. The presence of reef corals in a sedimentary sequence indicates that deposition took place (A) near the equator (B) near the poles (C) in fluvial environment (D) in deep sea environment

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    Mayank vedwal Vedwal Best Answer

    The population of corals decreases when we move from equator to poles. So option A is correct. option b is incorrect because corals are less abundant near the poles. option c is incorrect because corals are found in marine environment not in fluvial environment. option d is incorrect because corals are found in shallow marine environment not in deep marine environment.

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