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Igneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Rock Cycle Plate tectonics
Igneous Rocks 100 All igneous rocks are formed from?
Igneous Rocks 100 Cooled molten matter (not just lava or magma)
Igneous Rocks 200 When the molten matter erupts out of a volcano it is called?
Igneous Rocks 200 lava
Igneous Rocks 300 Igneous rocks that form from magma will usually have what characteristic?
Igneous Rocks 300 Large crystals
Igneous Rocks 400 Igneous rocks that form from lava have two names, they are
Igneous Rocks 400 Extrusive and volcanic
Igneous Rocks 500 Name the extrusive igneous rock that cooled so “quickly” that the air bubbles were trapped
Igneous Rocks 500 pumice
Sedimentary Rocks 100 Where on the earth are most sedimentary rocks found
Sedimentary Rocks 100 Near the surface
Sedimentary Rocks 200 Clastic/fragmental sedimentary rocks are named by
Sedimentary Rocks 200 Size of sediment
Sedimentary Rocks 300 Sedimentary rocks that contain organic parts or traces of what was once living are called
Sedimentary Rocks 300 bioclastic
Sedimentary Rocks 400 Sedimentary rocks that are formed when the sediment is left behind after the water has been “removed” are called
Sedimentary Rocks 400 Crystalline, evaporite or chemical
Sedimentary Rocks 500 Sediments are “put together” by either cementation or compaction, this “putting together” process is called
Sedimentary Rocks 500 lithification
Metamorphic Rocks 100 Metamorphic rocks are changed by what two possible processes
Metamorphic Rocks 100 Heat and/or pressure
Metamorphic Rocks 200 A metamorphic rock is a different rock that is changed, the original rock is referred to as
Metamorphic Rocks 200 A parent rock
Metamorphic Rocks 300 When a metamorphic rock looks as if it has wavy lines in it, it is said to have
Metamorphic Rocks 300 banding
Metamorphic Rocks 400 If the banding on a metamorphic rock is such that it looks as if the rock could be “pulled apart” like the pages of a book, it is said to be
Metamorphic Rocks 400 foliated
Metamorphic Rocks 500 Rocks that are metamorphisized near a plate boundary are said to have undergone what kind of metamorphism?
Metamorphic Rocks 500 contact
Rock Cycle 100 How does a sediment can turn into a sedimentary rock
Rock Cycle 100 Lithification (deposition, compaction, cementation)
Rock Cycle 200 How does ANY rock turn into a new metamorphic rock
Rock Cycle 200 Metamorphism (heat and/or pressure)
Rock Cycle 300 How does anything turn into magma?
Rock Cycle 300 melting
Rock Cycle 400 How does anything become a sediment?
Rock Cycle 400 (uplift) weathering and erosion
Rock Cycle 500 The shortest “path” for magma to become a sedimentary rock would be
Rock Cycle Solidify as an igneous rock, 2. become a sediment (uplift, weathering and erosion), 3. lithification to become a sedimentary rock (deposition, burial, compaction and cementation) 1 2 3
Plate tectonics 100 The theory that describes the movement of the earth’s crust
Plate tectonics 100 Plate tectonics
Plate tectonics 200 When the plates of the earth’s crust rub and smash into/against one another, we feel the motion in the form of
Plate tectonics 200 Earthquakes
Plate tectonics 300 Earthquakes’ strength is measured on what scale
Plate tectonics 300 Richter scale
Plate tectonics 400 When plate movement cause a mountain of magma to form, it is called a
Plate tectonics 400 volcano
Plate tectonics 500 The location in the Pacific ocean where many volcanoes exist because of the plate boundaries, has been nicknamed
Plate tectonics 500 The Ring of Fire
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