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The Rock Cycle
Rock Identification/ Classification
Weathering, Erosion, Stream Velocity
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1-100 Rocks are changed from type to type in a series of changes called this.
1-100A What is the rock cycle?
1-200 Rocks, minerals, and organic matter are broken down into fragments called these.
1-200A What are sediments?
1-300 This type of rock is created when the processes of compaction and cementation take place.
1-300A What is sedimentary rock?
1-400 The underground substance that some igneous rock is formed from.
1-400A What is magma?
1-500 This is the type of rock represented by the letter “A” on the following diagram.
C B D A E
1-500A What is a metamorphic rock?
Metamorphic rocks can be classified into these two main categories.
2-100A What is foliated and nonfoliated?
2-200 Igneous rocks can be classified into these two main categories.
2-200A What is intrusive and extrusive?
2-300 Sedimentary rocks can be classified into these three main categories.
2-300A What is clastic, chemical, and organic?
2-400 It is the name of the glassy rock seen here.
2-400A What is obsidian?
2-500 It is the name of the rock seen here.
2-500A What is conglomerate?
Most sedimentary rocks are formed here.
3-100A What is underwater?
3-200 This bioclastic sedimentary rock is made from plant remains.
3-200A What is coal?
3-300 This sedimentary rock is made from broken shell fragments and forms the bedrock of Florida.
3-300A What is limestone?
3-400 This clastic sedimentary rock is made from the finest sediment.
3-400A What is shale?
3-500 It is the sedimentary rock seen here.
3-500A What is sandstone?
This igneous rock is often polished and used as a countertop.
4-100A What is granite?
4-200 The term that mean gas pockets in extrusive rocks.
4-200A What is vesicular?
4-300 This rock has the same mineral composition as granite but is porous.
4-300A What is pumice or vesicular rhyolite?
4-400 This rock has a fine grained texture and contains a lot of olivine.
4-400A What is basalt?
4-500 This rock cooled deep within the earth and contains olivine and plagioclase feldspar.
4-500A What is gabbro?
These are the two processes that form metamorphic rocks.
5-100A What is heat and pressure?
5-200 When shale is exposed to heat and pressure without melting this rock is formed.
5-200A What is slate?
5-300 This rock is formed when limestone is exposed to heat and pressure.
5-300A What is marble?
5-400 Exposing sandstone to extreme heat and pressure without melting it will make this type of rock.
5-400A What is quartzite?
5-500 It is the rock seen here.
5-500A What is gneiss?
A streams velocity is 30 cm/sec. Name the particles that will be carried by the stream.
6-100A What are silt and clay?
6-200 This is the minimum stream velocity to carry a boulder.
6-200A What is 300 cm/sec?
6-300 An example of this type of weathering is caused by acid rain.
6-300A What is chemical weathering?
6-400 This happens to the shape of a sediment as it travels down a river.
6-400A What is becomes rounder?
6-500 This type of physical weathering is occurring in the diagram seen here.
6-500A What is frost wedging?
Name the Rock
Name the following common dark Connecticut rock.
What is basalt?
Daily Double Round 1
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