2What you will learn Describe three ways that igneous rock forms. Explain how the cooling rate of magma affects the texture of igneous rock.Distinguish between igneous rock that cools within Earth’s crust and igneous rock that cools at Earth’s surface.
3Igneous rock begins as magma What is the origin of Igneous Rock?Igneous rock begins as magma
4There are three ways magma can form: when rock is heated,when pressure is released,when rock changes composition.What are the ways that magma can form?
6What happens to magma when it cools at different rates? The longer it takes for the magma or lava to cool, the more time mineral crystals have to grow.The more time the crystals have to grow, the larger the crystals.The larger the crystals are the coarser the texture of the resulting igneous rock is.
7What happens to magma when it cools at different rates? The less time magma takes to cool,the less time crystals have to grow.Therefore, the rock that is formed will be fine grained.
8What happens to magma when it cools at different rates? Fine-grained igneous rock contains very small crystals, or if the cooling is very rapid, it contains no crystals.What happens to magma when it cools at different rates?
9What are examples of each type? What are the Compositions and Textures of Igneous Rock?What are examples of each type?
10What is Intrusive Igneous Rock? Magma that cools and solidifies deep within the Earth’s crust.
11What is Intrusive Igneous Rock? Magma that intrudes, or pushes, into surrounding rock below the Earth’s surface and cools.
12What is Intrusive Igneous Rock? Usually has a coarse-grained texture because it is well insulated by surrounding rock and cools very slowly. The minerals that form are large, visible crystals.What is Intrusive Igneous Rock?
13What are the different masses of intrusive igneous rock named and why? PlutonsBatholithsStocksDikesWhat are the different masses of intrusive igneous rock named and why?Masses of intrusive igneous rock are named for their size and shape
14Plutons Batholiths Stocks Dikes Sills Plutons are large, irregular-shaped intrusive bodies.The largest of all igneous intrusions are batholiths.Stocks are intrusive bodies that are exposed over smaller areas than batholiths.Dikes sheetlike intrusions that cut across previous rock units.Sills are sheetlike intrusions that are oriented parallel to previous rock units.
16Where would I find Extrusive Igneous Rock? Magma that erupts, or extrudes, onto the Earth’s surface. Extrusive rock is common around volcanoes.
17What type of texture do extrusive igneous rock have? Lava cools quickly on the surface and contains very small crystals or no crystals.What type of texture do extrusive igneous rock have?
18Does lava always come from volcanoes? Lava does not always flow from volcanoes. Sometimes lava erupts and flows from long cracks in the Earth’s crust called fissures.Does lava always come from volcanoes?
19Where do we find fissures? Lava flows from fissures on the ocean floor at places where tension is causing the ocean floor to be pulled apart.When a large amount of lava flows out of fissures onto land, the lava can cover a large area and form a plain called a lava plateau.Where do we find fissures?
21What You Will Learn Describe the origin of sedimentary rock. Describe the three main categories of sedimentary rock.Describe three types of sedimentary structures.
22What are the origins of Sedimentary Rocks? Rock and mineral fragments called sedimentWhat are the origins of Sedimentary Rocks?sediment plume from Moore Creek entering Dog River.
23What are the agents of weathering that make sediment? WindWaterIceSunlightGravityWhat are the agents of weathering that make sediment?
24How do sediments move from one place to another? Through the process of erosion.
25How are sedimentary rocks formed? Layers of sediment are deposited, they cover older layers.Older layers become compacted.Dissolved minerals separate from water that passes through the sediment.Dissolved minerals form a natural cementCement binds the rock and mineral fragments together.How are sedimentary rocks formed?
26Sedimentary rock forms at or near the Earth’s surface Sedimentary rock forms at or near the Earth’s surface. It forms without the heat and pressure that are involved in the formation of igneous and metamorphic rocks.
29How is sedimentary rock is classified? Sedimentary rock is classified by the way it forms.Clastic, Chemical, and Organic
30What is clastic Sedimentary Rock? Clastic sedimentary rock is made of fragments of rocks cemented together by a mineral such as calcite or quartz.What is clastic Sedimentary Rock?
31How is clastic sedimentary rock is classified? By the size of the fragments from which the rock is made.How is clastic sedimentary rock is classified?Pg 103
32How is chemical sedimentary rock formed? Chemical sedimentary rock forms from solutions of dissolved minerals and water.How is chemical sedimentary rock formed?Halite, one type of chemical sedimentary rock, is made of sodium chloride, NaCl, or table salt.
33What is Organic Sedimentary Rock and what are some examples. Limestone forms from the remains, or fossils, of animals that once lived in the ocean.Coal forms underground when partially decomposed plant material is buried beneath sediment and is changed into coal by increasing heat and pressure.
35What are some Sedimentary Rock Structures? Stratification is the process in which sedimentary rocks are arranged in layers.Ripple marks, record the motion of wind and water waves on lakes, oceans, rivers, and sand dunes in features called Structures called mud cracksWhat are some Sedimentary Rock Structures?
39Origins of Metamorphic Rock If the temperature or pressure of the new environment is different from the one in which the rock formed, the rock will undergo metamorphism.Origins of Metamorphic RockThe word metamorphism comes from the Greek wordsmeta, which means “changed,”morphos, which means “shape.”
40Texture and structure of metamorphic rocks Contact metamorphism is a change in the texture or structure of a rock resulting from the contact of invading magmatic material.Texture and structure of metamorphic rocks
41Texture and structure of metamorphic rocks Regional metamorphism is metamorphism that affects rocks over large areas, instead of in only a local area.Texture and structure of metamorphic rocks
44Hornfels is a fine-grained nonfoliated metamorphic rock with no specific composition. It is produced by contact metamorphism. Hornfels is a rock that was "baked" while near a heat source such as a magma chamber, sill or dike.