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Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary rocks are formed by layers of – Soil – Sand – Seashells – Remains of dead animals
Sedimentary Rocks The constant layering of the sediments creates a great amount of weight on the layers below This amount of pressure produces some heat
Sedimentary Rocks Minerals from the water seep into the spaces between the particle ands help cement the particles into a solid rock.
Sedimentary Rocks As the pressure increases, water is forced out and the tiny particles compact
Sedimentary Rocks The process of compaction (pressing tightly together) and cementation (binding together) complete the process of turning sediments into rocks
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Grand Canyon Grand canyon is made up of sandstone, limestone and shale. These rocks are all……..
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.
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SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. Classification of Rocks 4 Rocks are aggregates of minerals. Geologists divide rocks into three groups: igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary.
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1 T or F - Metamorphic rocks are formed deep in the crust.
The word igneous means fire. This will help us remember how they are formed. These are rocks that are formed from magma that has cooled and hardened.
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Angstrom Care 1www.AngstromCare.com Angstrom Care Rocks II.
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Unit 3 Rocks, Soil, Erosion and Mass Movements Including the Geological History of North Carolina!
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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.
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Igneous Rocks Igneous means Fire in Latin Many are produced by Volcanos Some are produced when underground magma cools and hardens.
Chapter Introduction How do the three main types of rocks form?
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Rock Cycle. What is the Rock Cycle?! What is the Rock Cycle?!
Rocks and Minerals. Types of Rocks Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Rock.
Rocks Types of Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Igneous Rocks.
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Rocks and Minerals By:. How _________ rock is formed. For thousands, even millions of years, little pieces of our earth have been eroded--broken down.
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