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Rock Classification 1) - 2) - 3) - -
Weathering and Erosion Burns
Boulders Sand Cobbles Pebbles
Sizes of different Sediments ESRT pg 6 Take it out Thanks!
- - Sedimentary Rock
Monominerallic - Picture of the Morton Salt mine based in Grand Saline, Texas
Special Characteristics - - -
Where do you think we can find the names of sedimentary rocks? ESRT pg7 ESRT pg7 Yes, take your ESRT out now! Yes, take your ESRT out now! Thank you Thank you
Rounded Fragments?? Conglomerate
Angular Fragments?? Breccia
Deep Springs Lake, eastern California. As the lake dries, it leaves behind evaporites.
Salt mining on Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah.
Organically Formed Pressure
Niagara Glen, Old Falls, Canada Burns
Time to Review
Clastic Sedimentary Rocks - - -
Evaporites: Chemically formed Sedimentary Rocks - -
Bioclastic Sedimentary Rocks Bioclastic: Bioclastic: Bio = life Bio = life Clastic = fragments Clastic = fragments -
Final Question: Which sedimentary rock is composed of a single element? Which sedimentary rock is composed of a single element?
Answer the following questions about the picture to the right: How and where did this rock cool? What minerals might it be made up of? Make sure to explain.
SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. Classification of Rocks 4 Rocks are aggregates of minerals. Geologists divide rocks into three groups: igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary.
Sedimentary Rocks. 1) Formation of Sedimentary Rocks- Sediments- loose materials such as rock fragments, mineral grains, and bits of shell that have been.
Sedimentary Rocks Rocks made of bits & pieces of other rocks.
If Rocks Could Only Talk, What Would They Tell Us?
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.
Rocks and Minerals. Types of Rocks Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Rock.
The Rock Cycle Thinking about relationships among the major rock groups.
What is a Rock? Naturally-occurring mixtures of minerals, mineraloids (no crystals), or organic matter. Naturally-occurring mixtures of minerals, mineraloids.
Name that Sedimentary Rock Click the correct answers to learn your rock samples name.
Rocks and the Rock Cycle. Objective Students will be able to explain how the 3 major types of rocks form Standard 3c – explain the properties of rocks.
THE ROCK CYCLE. Creators & Destroyers CREATORS 1.Cooling 2.Compaction & Cementation DESTROYERS 1.Erosion 2.Melting COMBINATION 1.Heat & Pressure.
The Rock Cycle Relationships among the major rock groups.
An Interactive Tutorial Click here to begin.. Welcome! In this tutorial, you will be asked to do two things. First, you will work your way through the.
Unit 3 Rocks, Soil, Erosion and Mass Movements Including the Geological History of North Carolina!
The Five Physiographic Provinces of Virginia. The Five Provinces.
Good Afternoon Have your notebook out and something to write with Have everything else off your desk.
Chapter 8: Rocks and Minerals Section 2: Rocks Section 3: Rock Cycle.
G2-2 Soil Formation and Composition EQ: How do you scientifically describe soil? How is soil formed?
Chapter 3 Rocks. Rock – any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter that occurs naturally as part of our planet –Usually solid mixtures of minerals.
What? Where? Why? How? Who?. What are we learning today? Waterfalls: How do differences in rock hardness affect them? What are the main features / parts.
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What are the characteristics of rocks? The types of rocks are : Igneous -Igneous rocks are formed from melted rock that has cooled and solidified rocks.
Erosion and Deposition. Running Water is the most effective agent of erosion. Erosion is the process by which earth materials are moved by natural agents.
Rocks and the Rock Cycle. Lets Review!! Grains Grains Texture Texture Extrusive Extrusive Intrusive Intrusive Porphyritic Porphyritic Sediment Sediment.
Liz LaRosa 2010http://www.middleschoolscience.com Images from Geology.com unless otherwise noted.
Rocks and Fossil Fuels. Think about rocks. What do rocks look like?
Soils: One of Our Natural Resources!. Some call it dirt…..But it is Soil !!! Soil is made of loose, weathered rock and organic material.
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