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Metamorphic Rock Practice
Slate -foliated -parent rock is slate
Phyllite -foliated -parent rock is slate
Schist -foliated -parent rock is phyllite
Gneiss -foliated -parent rock is schist
Marble -nonfoliated -parent rock is limestone (REACTS WITH HCl!!!)
Quartzite -nonfoliated -parent rock is sandstone
Baraboo Quartzite -nonfoliated -parent rock is sandstone and large deposits of hematite
Anthracite coal -nonfoliated -parent is bituminous coal -notice how shiny it is compared to it parent
Metamorphic Rocks Chapter 3.4. Metamorphic Rocks The word metamorphic means to “change form”. Metamorphic rocks are formed when one type of rock changes.
Metamorphic Rocks. What is a metamorphic rock? Rock formed from other rocks as a result of intense heat, pressure, or chemical processes. There are.
Metamorphic Rocks. Questions What are metamorphic rocks? What processes are involved in forming metamorphic rocks?
Metamorphic Rocks A GALLERY. Foliated Metamorphic Rocks Foliated: Minerals are aligned in layers or rows. “consisting of thin sheets or laminae” Banded:
Metamorphic Rocks Two Words Not Happy Birthday!!.
February 2012 Interactives. The Rock Cycle. The Rock Cycle.
Chapter 4 section 3. Rocks that have been changed because of changes in Heat Pressure Or the presence of hot, watery fluids Can be formed from igneous,
Metamorphic Rock. Definition of Metamorphic Rocks Metamorphic rocks are formed when existing rocks are changed into a new rock because of heat, pressure,
Metamorphic Rocks. Transforming Rocks Rocks change because of changes in temperature and pressure, or the presence of hot, watery fluids. Mineral grains.
Chapter 4 Section 3 METAMORPHIC ROCKS. You will learn: Describe the conditions in Earth that cause metamorphic rocks to form Classify metamorphic rocks.
Metamorphic Rocks “If something is gneiss, don’t take it for granite.”
Metamorphic Rocks Change is Good. Metamorphic Rocks Formed from intense heat and pressure!
Metamorphic rocks form when the crust is exposed to rising pressure and temperature conditions. What processes can raise the pressure and temperature of.
Are rocks that have been altered or have undergone change.Metamorphic rocks begin as either igneous, sedimentary or another metamorphic rock…we call the.
Metamorphic Rock Chapter 4 Section 4. Metamorphic Rock Rock that has changed its form Change is caused by heat and pressure Changes can occur in the rock’s:
7 TH GRADE SCIENCE METAMORPHIC ROCKS. Metamorphic Means to Change Form.
BIG Idea ► Most rocks are formed from pre-existing rocks through external and internal geologic processes.
METAMORPHIC ROCKS Form when heat and/or pressure change existing rock into a new rock through recrystallization Types of Metamorphism –Regional Metamorphism.
Metamorphic Rocks “change”. I. Agents of Metamorphism.
Matching Metamorphi c Rocks with their Sedimentar y Source Rocks.
Chapter 6.3. Metamorphic rock Metamorphism: the process in which one type of rock changes into a metamorphic rock heat, pressure, and hot fluids cause.
Quiz Get out you ESRT and a piece of paper The following questions are from your ESRT. You’ll have a minute per question…
Chapter 4: section 3. Metamorphic rocks are rocks that have been changed because of changes in temperature and pressure or due to the presence of hot.
Metamorphic Rocks: Windows into the Earth’s Interior Metamorphic rocks form by the alteration of pre-existing rocks in the solid state by heat, pressure,
Rocks and Minerals. Types of Rocks Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Rock.
Chapter 4: Rocks Section 3: Metamorphic Rocks Study Guide.
Metamorphic Rocks Section 4-3. Metamorphic Rocks Rocks that have changed due to heat and pressure Banding effect – causes the minerals to become squashed.
Rocks The Geologic Dictionary. Metamorphic Rocks Rocks Under Stress.
Metamorphic Rocks. Rock Cycle Objectives 14 – Describe the types of changes associated with metamorphic rocks. 15 – Contrast regional and contact metamorphism.
What is metamorphic rock? Heat and pressure deep beneath the earth’s surface can change any rock into a metamorphic rock. Geologists classify metamorphic.
Which type of igneous rock forms on the surface of Earth from lava? Intrusive OR Extrusive.
Metamorphic rocks can be classified into one of three sub-families: Unfoliated - Foliated - Deformed - A banded rock splitting more or less evenly into.
Metamorphic Rock Metamorphism: Changing of one type of rock to another by: Heat Pressure Chemical reactions Metamorphism makes rocks stronger or more.
Metamorphic Rocks How a little bit of heat & pressure transform rocks!
Rocks and the ROCK CYCLE. SEDIMENTARY ROCK METAMORPHIC ROCK IGNEOUS ROCK Magma Sediments High Temperature High Pressure Melting Cooling Crystallization.
Metamorphic Textures Metamorphism literally means to “change form.” The degree of metamorphism is reflected in the rocks texture and mineralogy. Two.
Formation of Metamorphic Rocks Rocks that have changed because of changes in temperature and pressure or the presence of hot watery fluids are called metamorphic.
The process by which existing rock is changed by heat and pressure is called metamorphism Original sedimentary or igneous rock is known as parent rock.
4-4 pgs IN: What are some ways that sedimentary rock can form? Can you classify the four we looked at?
Metamorphic Rock Hill Science 6. The Rock Cycle Metamorphic Rock Comes from the Greek: – “meta” – to change – “morphic” - form.
Metamorphism Surface Lithification Melting High temperatures come from: Deep Burial Igneous Intrusions High temperatures come from: Deep Burial Igneous.
MINERAL AND ROCK IDENTIFICATION Unit 3A. AMETHYST (QUARTZ) Category: Mineral.
Classifying Rocks Igneous rocks are classified according to their origin, texture, and mineral composition. Origin Did it harden inside the earth or.
Rocks The Geologic Dictionary. Rock Cycle Magma Igneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Sediment Crystallization Melting Metamorphism Lithification.
Rocks Study Slides. Igneous Rocks Look glassy Have air pockets Have interlocking crystals Name the igneous rocks on the following slides.
Metamorphic Rock Examples Quartzite Tough building material Anthracite Coal High quality, creates lots of energy when burned.
EARTH MATERIALS EQ:What are metamorphic rocks? A rock that has changed its mineral assemblage and texture from a pre- exiting one due to increases in temperature.
Metamorphic Rocks Rocks Under Stress. Metamorphism Recrystalization Solid-State Chemical Reactions No Melting.
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