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GEOL 1307 Physical Geology Exercise #6 Sedimentary Rocks
Sedimentation Sediment Formation Mechanical and Chemical Weathering Sediment Transport Water, Ice, Wind and Gravity Sediment Deposition Environment of Deposition
Non-marine Terrigenous Lacustrine Marine Littoral Pelagic Transitional
Clastic Sedimentary Rocks Sorting Grain Size Boulders Pebbles Sand Silt Clay Rounding
Classification by Grain Size Unsorted Conglomerate Breccia Sorted Quartz Sandstone Arkose Graywacke Siltstone Shale
BioClastic Sedimentary Rocks Micritic Limestone Pelletal Limestone Oolitic Limestone Chalk Fossiliferous Limestone Coquina
Chemical Sedimentary Rocks Precipitates Limestone Dolomite Travertine Chert Evaporites Gypsum Halite
Other Compositions Siliceous Sedimentary Rocks Dolomite Coal
Sedimentary Structures Cross-Stratification Graded Bedding Ripple-Marks Mud Cracks
NS 1300 Emergence of Modern Science Chapter #18 Rock Cycle.
Sedimentary Rocks Clastic / Physical / Detrital ChemicalBioclastic/Biochemical.
SEDIMENTS & SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. ROCK CYCLE Relative Percentages of Sedimentary Rocks.
Sedimentary Rocks. Sedimentary Rock Rock that is formed from parts of other rocks that are compressed and cemented together or as dissolved minerals.
Sedimentary Rocks Weathering Erosion Transport Deposition Sediments Lithification.
Sedimentary Rocks. Rocks that form from an accumulation of sediments from pre-existing rocks and/or organic materials Rocks that form from an accumulation.
Sedimentary rocks. Conglomerate- clastic Made of rock pieces and pebbles that are rounded in shape.
Sediment and Sedimentary Rocks Physical Geology. Sedimentary Rocks This is the most common rock type on Earth’s surface Weathering creates sediment,
Sedimentary rocks Modified from and
Sedimentary Rocks Every stone a story, like a rosary. ---Joan Osborne.
Sedimentary Rocks. Sedimentary Rocks are #1 Earth’s crust was made of IGNEOUS rocks But 75% of the rocks on the Earth’s crust are SEDIMENTARY! Why?
SEDIMENTARY ROCK. BIG Idea Most rocks are formed from pre-existing rocks through external and internal geologic processes.
Chapter 3.3. The word sedimentary comes from the latin word sedimentum, which means “settling”. Sedimentary rocks form when sediments settle out and.
CHAPTER 6-3 SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. What is sediment? Loose fragments of rock, minerals, and organic material that result from natural processes (including.
CHAPTER 6.3 SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. 95% OF EARTHS CRUST IS IGNEOUS ROCK, AND 4-5% IS SEDIMENTARY AND METAMORPHIC ROCK SEDIMENTS – ANY SUBSTANCE THAT SETTLES.
Sedimentary Rocks. l l Products of mechanical and chemical weathering l l Account for about 5% of Earth’s crust l l Contain evidence of past environments.
SEDIMENTARY ROCKS What are sediments? They are “loose” rock particles.
SEDIMENTARY ROCK Mod E. U.3 L.3. Definition Rock that forms when sediments are compacted and cemented together.
Sediment and Sedimentary Rocks Formation and Characteristics.
Sedimentary Rocks. I.Sediment A. Introduction Sedimentary Rocks I.Sediment A. Introduction B. Process that leads to Lithification.
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE PRODUCTS OF ROCK WEATHERING Weathering Transport Deposition.
Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 6. What Are Sediments? Loose particulate material In order of decreasing size.
Chapter 6 Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks GEOL 101 Introductory Geology.
AIM: How are Sedimentary Rocks Formed? Do Now: Take out your ESRT and turn to page 7. Look at the chart called Scheme for Sedimentary Rock identification.
Earth Systems 3209 – Unit 3. The Rock Cycle Why study sedimentary rocks? Economic use, fossils and earths history. 5% of Earths crust is sedimentary.
Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks. Significance for Climate and CCS Form at the surface, so directly influnced by Earth’s climate, provide the climate record.
Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary rocks are those that are formed from the collection of sediments from pre- existing rocks or through organic materials.
Aim: How can we explain sedimentary rock formation?
Tim Horner, CSUS Geology Department Sediment and Sedimentary Rocks Physical Geology, Chapter 6.
Chapter 7 Sedimentary Rocks. What is a sedimentary rock? Sedimentary rocks are products of mechanical and chemical weathering They account for about 5.
§6-1 “ Sedimentary Rock” First Go over Chapter 5 interactive notes & then:
Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 3 Section 3. Sedimentary sedimentum Latin for ‘settling’ Rock formed from compressed or cemented layers (DEPOSITS) of sediment.
Lecture Outlines Physical Geology, 12/e Plummer & Carlson Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.
SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. TERMS Weathering : breakdown of pre-existing rock – Physical or chemical breakdown Transport: movement of sediment on Earth’s surface.
Sediments stick together Sedimentary rock. What is it? Sedimentary rock is accumulated sediment that has been compacted, or pushed together, or cemented.
Lecture Outlines Physical Geology, 13/e Plummer & Carlson Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.
Lecture Outlines Physical Geology, 14/e Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Plummer, Carlson &
Sedimentary Rocks Interpretations. What do Sedimentary Rocks Record? Source of sediment Erosion and Transport Agent Distance of Transport Depositional.
SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. TERMS Weathering : breakdown of pre-existing rock – Physical or chemical breakdown Erosion: transport of sediment on Earth’s surface.
Sedimentary Rock Lithification and Classes. The Rock Cycle What processes produce sediment? What types of rocks are the sources of sediment? What.
Sedimentary Petrology GEO 333 Lab (2) Basic Classification 2009 Mansour Al-Hashim.
Lecture 7 Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks. Lecture Outline IDefinitions A)Sediment B)Transportation i.Fluid Dynamics ii.Modes of Transport iii.Transport-Related.
SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. FORMATION OF SEDIMENTARY ROCKS Sedimentary rocks are types of rock that are formed by the deposition of material at the Earth's surface.
Chapter 8 – FROM SEDIMENT INTO SEDIMENTARY ROCK. Sediments and Sedimentation Deposition –Laying down of sediment Separated into 3 broad categories –Clastic.
Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks. Sedimentary Rocks Igneous Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Magma Sediment Pressure And Cementation Weathering/Erosion Heat and.
Lecture 8 All the rivers run to the sea, yet the sea is not full: unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again. - Ecclesiastes.
Sedimentary Rocks A. Form from Sediments Which are pieces of solid material that have been weathered & deposited on the earth’s surface by wind, water,
Chapter 10 Sedimentary Rocks. Sedimentary Rocks Accumulations of various types of sediments Compaction: pressure from overlying sediments squeezes out.
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