How is the Grand Canyon related to nearby formations such as Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, Arches and Zion?



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    All of these either directly or indirectly were created as the result of erosion from water. Though geological factors are involved in some way water has helped shaped all of these things.

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    The rocks at Capitol Reef, Zion, and Arches are equivalent for the most part to the rocks at the very top of the Grand Canyon, and younger. The rocks at Bryce are significantly younger than the youngest rocks at the rim of the Grand Canyon. The younger rocks were, for the most part, present at what is now the Grand Canyon, but have been eroded away.

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