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Atlanta Lobe Idaho Batholith Photos by Jim Cash Moscow High School
View of Cascade Lake from West Mtn – Long Valley is a fault-bounded graben.
Outcrop of granodiorite West Mountain, west of Cascade, Valley Co.
Outcrop of porphyritic biotite granodiorite and granite., Idaho 75, mp 189
View of exfoliation in granitic rock along S. Fk. Clearwater River
View of Roughneck Peak and hornblende- biotite granodiorite outcrops.
Outcrop of migmatitic rock with near vertical banding, Valley County.
View of massive talus on north side of Foolhen Meadow, Forest Road 48, Valley Co.
Weathering of jointed granite has revealed a face-like sculpture, Forest Road 48, Valley Co.
Glacially polished granitic rock in Sater Meadow, Forest Road 446, Valley Co.
Outcrop of decomposing granite containing many felsic dikes, Highway 95, Adams County.
Outcrop of megacrystic granodiorite. Walkers Peak.
Outcrop of granodiorite crosscut by mafic dike.
Hornblend-biotite granodiorite, Skeleton Creek, cut by felsic dikes, Photo by Reed Lewis
Close-up of foliated hornblende tonalite, Forest Road 446, Valley Co
Thin section of typical biotite granodiorite showing strained quartz grains. Southeast of Big Smoky Creek. Plagioclase feldspar is twinned.
Biotite granodiorite from the Soldier Mountains north of Fairfield. Stained for potassium feldspar (yellow) on right side of slab.
Thin section of typical biotite granodiorite. South Fork of Boise River.
Granodiorite from the Deer Creek stock northwest of Hailey. Stained for potassium feldspar (yellow) on left side of slab.
Activity 4. What are ROCK UNITS? Rocks formed in large volumes during a specific process Many different kinds of rock deposits in an area that may have.
Activity 4 Background information. Rock types are not randomly arranged in the Earth’s crust but exist in distinctive bodies called ROCK UNITS.
Big Trip to Big Rock Spokane Valley, Washington Jon Bromley, Koby Sonnabend, Alex Deutsch Figure 1: Weathered biotite muscovite granite schist.
IGNEOUS ROCKS How are igneous rocks formed? Colour Chemical composition Mineralogy Texture What are types of igneous rocks are there? Where do Igneous.
What is a Rock? A rock is a: –N–N–N–Naturally formed, –C–C–C–Consolidated material, –C–C–C–Composed of grains of one or more minerals.
Properties of Igneous Rocks. Types of Igneous Rocks Plutonic / Intrusive: These rocks formed from magma that crystallized and cooled slowly underground.
CH 6 Rocks & Rock Cycle Quiz Review. Plagioclase feldspar, biotite, pyroxene, amphibole, and olivine are common minerals in felsic/mafic igneous rocks.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 2 Igneous Rock Chapter 6 Textures of Igneous Rocks Igneous.
Rocks Section 2 Section 2: Igneous Rock Preview Objectives The Formation of Magma Textures of Igneous Rocks Composition of Igneous Rock Intrusive Igneous.
Chapter 6 Test Review Place these notes in your Notebook.
Rocks Class Notes: Mrs. Cirillo. Rocks: General All rocks are classified on the basis of formation There are three categories: Igneous, Sedimentary, and.
Rocks Pieces of the Earth’s crust.. Types of Rocks Igneous- Rocks that formed from the fiery depths of the Earth. They form from magma and lava. –Extrusive.
Rocks. Rocks Naturally occurring solid mixtures of one or more minerals and organic matter They can be made of two or more different minerals that.
Igneous Rocks, Intrusive Activity, and the Origin of Igneous Rocks Chapter 3 Photo credit: G. Mattioli.
Weathering and Soils. Marble headstones in Southern Vermont Weathering and Soils Granite headstone in Southern Vermont.
The Rock Cycle- Minerals form rocks All rocks can be transformed into other rock types Rocks are divided into 3 categories Igneous- crystalline- forms.
Essential (vitamins and) minerals What makes up the earth?
Igneous Rocks (IR) a.k.a Volcanic Rocks Ms. Tasneem.
Chapter 5 “Igneous Rock”. Objectives Describe how the cooling rate of magma & lava affects the texture of igneous rocks. Classify igneous rocks according.
Rocks Chapter 10. Rocks & the Rock Cycle Magma is the parent material for all rocks There are 3 major types Any type can be changed into any of the other.
Rocks Rock makes up the solid part of the earth. Rock is made from minerals or rock can be made of solid organic matter. Three classes of rock: Igneous,
1 Igneous Rock Section Objectives l Summarize the three factors that affect whether a rock melts. l Describe how the cooling rate of magma and.
West Barn, Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds HABs Photos Presented by Pam Attardo Historic Preservation Officer.
ROCKS. Rock Vocabulary Sediment Sediment Rock cycle Rock cycle Weathering Weathering Stratification Stratification Igneous rock Igneous rock Sedimentary.
1 Chapter 10 Rocks. 2 Section 1 Rocks and the Rock Cycle.
Copyright © 2014 All rights reserved, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Earth Systems 3209 Unit: 3 Earth’s Materials Reference: Chapters 2, 3, 6,
Exploring Mt. Spokane, the Jewel of Eastern Washington Alejandra Calzadillas, Hannah Rolli, Lilia Vasyukhnevich, & Shasta Wright.
EARTH & SPACE SCIENCE Chapter 6 Rocks 6.2 Igneous Rock.
Rocks Section 2 Section 2: Igneous Rock Preview Key Ideas The Formation of Magma Textures of Igneous Rocks Composition of Igneous Rock Intrusive Igneous.
Do Now: Name as many types of Igneous Rocks you know…
Weathering Forms. Weathering 1. Weathering Products 2. Weathering Landscapes.
Section 6.2 Igneous rocks. The Magma Process to form Minerals (Unit 4) Molten (liquid) rock in a magma chamber At, near or under earth’s surface, RISES.
Quiz Get out you ESRT and a piece of paper The following questions are from your ESRT. You’ll have a minute per question…
Chapter 6 Rocks 6.2 Igneous Rocks Igneous Rock Formation Form from the cooling of molten rock –Extrusive (volcanic)- form at or near the surface from.
Mr. Barr. When sediments are compacted and cemented together, this type of rock is formed. A. Sediments B. Sedimentary C. Metamorphic D. Igneous E. Magma.
Chapter 5-Igneous Rocks Lecture notes- to be put in notebook.
Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Rock Terms Grab Bag
PETROLOGY OF PROTEROZOIC TO TERTIARY ROCKS IN THE SOUTHERN BURRO MOUNTAINS, NM: INSIGHTS INTO MAZATZAL TO BASIN AND RANGE MAGMATISM AND TECTONICS Theda.
Chapter 2 Rocks: Mineral Mixtures. Section 1 The Rock Cycle.
“ My Countertops are Black Granite”. MAGMA/LAVA Weathering & Erosion SEDIMENTS SEDIMENTARY ROCKS METAMORPHIC ROCKS Melting Burial Lithification Heat Pressure.
Aim: How are igneous rocks formed? Do Now: Describe what “Solidification” means in your own words.
Igneous Rocks Mr. Ahearn Earth Science What are Igneous Rocks? Rocks that cooled and crystallized directly from molten rock, either at the surface.
Earth Science Standard 3c: Students know how to explain the properties of rocks based on the physical and chemical conditions in which they formed, including.
Rocks S6E5 Students will investigate the scientific view of how Earths surface is formed. b.Investigate the composition of rocks in terms of minerals.
PRELIMINARY GEOCHRONOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF THE HICKS BUTTE COMPLEX, CENTRAL CASCADES, WASHINGTON: POSSIBLE LINKS BETWEEN POLYGENETIC MESOZOIC ARC ROCKS.
These notes go on pp. 7 & 9 of your Igneous rock INB!!!
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