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All igneous rocks are formed from liquid rock known as __________? Magma
What property is used to classify land- derived sedimentary rocks? Grain or particle size
Slate is formed from the low grade metamorphism of ____________? Shale
Igneous rocks that cool on Earth’s surface are called __________? Extrusive
Intrusive igneous rocks have a ______ grained texture. Coarse
Igneous rocks with gas pockets are said to have a __________ texture. Vesicular
This metamorphic rock forms from limestone. Marble
Igneous rocks that are dark in color, high in density and rich in Fe and Mg are said to have a __________ composition. Mafic
What is Contact Metamorphism? Heat
An igneous rock with a glassy texture would mean that the rock cooled __________ Earth’s surface. Above
The slower magma cools, the ________ the crystals. Larger
Igneous rocks that are light in color, lower in density and rich in Al and Si are said to have a __________ composition. Felsic
A stream slows to a velocity of 2cm/s. Which type of sedimentary rock would form from deposition occurring at this location? Sandstone
This metamorphic rock forms from contact metamorphism only. Hornfels
The sedimentary rock that forms from clay sediments is called: Shale
Banding would identify which metamorphic rock? Gneiss
Only sedimentary rocks may contain this important clue to past life on Earth: Fossils
Marble bubbles with acid because it is composed of the mineral ___________? Calcite
Letter B is the symbol for which sedimentary rock? Limestone
This important sedimentary rock is formed from compacted plant remains. Coal
What two processes form metamorphic rocks? Heat and Pressure
What is the name of this rock? Extrusive Non-crystalline Vesicular Felsic Pumice
Chunky Iggy Rocks. All igneous rocks are formed from liquid rock known as __________? O Magma.
Classifying Rocks Igneous rocks are classified according to their origin, texture, and mineral composition. Origin Did it harden inside the earth or.
Aim: How are rocks classified? Do Now: In your notes answer the following questions. 1)What do you think rocks are made of? 2)How do you think scientists.
Topic 3B – Rocks and the Rock Cycle Ms Cooke Earth Science
Igneous Rocks. Igneous rock definition Rocks formed by the cooling and solidifying of molten materials. Igneous rocks can form beneath the Earth’s surface.
Jeopardy start The Rock Cycle Rock Identification/ Classification.
Rocks 1.Naturally occurring. Same as minerals. 2.Not living. Can be organic (just not alive now). Ex. coal 3.Solid mass of earth. No uniform crystal structure.
Rocks & Minerals. Minerals are the ingredients of rocks like ingredients make up a cake.
This sedimentary rock texture means bits and pieces of rock. Clastic.
Rocks The solid mineral material forming part of the surface of the earth and other planets.
Rock Classification. 3 types of Rocks 1.Igneous Intrusive - granite Extrusive - basalt 2.Sedimentary Clastic - conglomerate Chemical – rock salt Organic.
Monominerallic › Rocks made up of only one mineral Ex. Rock Salt = Halite; Limestone = Calcite Polyminerallic › Rocks made up of more than one mineral.
By Paige Black A rock is a naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, or organic matter. Rocks are classified.
Igneous Rocks. BIG Idea Igneous rocks were the first rocks to form as Earth cooled from a molten mass to the crystalline rocks of the early crust. Igneous.
Rocks & The Rock Cycle. Rocks vs Minerals ROCKS –SOLID MIXTURE OF MINERALS –MAY BE ORGANIC MINERALS –NATURALLY FORMED OF ELEMENTS OR COMPOUNDS –INORGANIC.
ROCK TYPES IGNEOUSMETAMORPHICSEDIMENTARY. What is a Rock? Rocks are naturally occurring solid material made from one or more minerals. Rocks are classified.
Do Now What is a rock? Why do you think rocks look different?
Rocks are naturally occurring solid mixtures of one or more minerals or organic matter.
Chapter 2 Review – ROCKS Rocks #1Rocks #2Knowledge.
Ch. 10 Rocks & The Rock Cycle. The Parent Material for all rock is….. Magma!!!
The Rock Cycle
Types of Rock Images from Geology.com unless otherwise noted
3 Chapter 3. Rocks 3.1 The Rock Cycle Rocks are any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter occurring naturally as a part of our planet. Types.
Chapter 4 - Rocks What can be learned by studying rocks… We can learn mo better about earth. So what is a rock??? Its a mixture of 1 or more minerals.
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Igneous rocks ► Crystallize from a molten rock: magma ► Magma: liquid rock beneath earth’s surface ► Lava: liquid rock above earth’s surface ► Igneous.
Rocks Mr. Skirbst Earth Science Topic 23. Rocks Hard substance made of one or more minerals.
Rocks of Earth Metamorphic Rock: GnesisSedimentary Rock: Sandstone Igneous Rock: Granite.
Rocks and Minerals Igneous Rocks Objectives. 1. Distinguish between rocks and minerals 2. List the three major classification groups of rocks 3. Explain.
Classifying Rocks Geologists observe: 1.Mineral composition 2.Color 3.Texture a. Grain size b. Grain shape c. Grain pattern.
Igneous Rocks Igneous rocks are the result of the solidification of magma or lava. – Magma – molten rock inside the earth – Lava – Molten rock outside.
Rocks Naturally occurring Solid substance Made of minerals 3 types of rocks Sedimentary Igneous Metamorphic.
Rocks. Rock Origin Igneous Rocks - Formed from the cooling of molten magma or lava. Sedimentary Rocks- Formed from particles of other rocks or remains.
Images from Geology.com unless otherwise noted. A rock is a naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, or organic matter Rocks are.
Unit 3 Rocks, Soil, Erosion and Mass Movements Including the Geological History of North Carolina!
Rocks. What are Rocks? How are these rocks different from one another? How are they similar?
Rocks Rock makes up the solid part of the earth. Rock is made from minerals or rock can be made of solid organic matter. Three classes of rock: Igneous,
Rock types and how they are made.. Write down the things that are underlined, if it is a definition then try to copy it for word. If it is a statement.
CH 6 Rocks & Rock Cycle Quiz Review. Plagioclase feldspar, biotite, pyroxene, amphibole, and olivine are common minerals in felsic/mafic igneous rocks.
v=wv4M4wror58. ROCK Composed of one or more minerals Classified by 1.Origin – how they were formed 2.Mineral Content 3.Texture.
CHAPTER 2 MINERALS AND ROCKS. S6E5. Students will investigate the scientific view of how the earth’s surface is formed. S6E5b. Investigate the contribution.
3 Chapter 3 TYPES OF:. Rocks Rocks are any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter occurring naturally as a part of our planet. Types of Rocks.
Rocks & The Rock Cycle. Notes The Rock Cycle Notes - Advanced Write the definition of a rock: Rocks - A solid, naturally occurring mineral or mineral-like.
Rocks. Rocks are any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter occurring naturally as part of our planet.
Jeopardy Game The Rock Cycle. The Rock Cycle Igneous Rocks 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts Metamorphic Rocks 10 pts 20 pts 30.
The rock cycle illustrates the process that creates and changes rocks. The rock cycle shows the three types of rock- igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary-
To analyze and describe the types of rocks that appear on Earth.
Rocks And the Rock Cycle. The Rock Cycle Rock Cycle.
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