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THE ROCK CYCLE
Creators & Destroyers CREATORS 1.Cooling 2.Compaction & Cementation DESTROYERS 1.Erosion 2.Melting COMBINATION 1.Heat & Pressure
SEDIMENTARY ROCK METAMORPHIC ROCK IGNEOUS ROCK
SEDIMENTARY ROCK METAMORPHIC ROCK IGNEOUS ROCK SEDIMENT EROSION
SEDIMENTARY ROCK METAMORPHIC ROCK IGNEOUS ROCK SEDIMENT MAGMA MELTING
SEDIMENTARY ROCK METAMORPHIC ROCK IGNEOUS ROCK SEDIMENT MAGMA COOLING COMPACTION & CEMENTATION
SEDIMENTARY ROCK METAMORPHIC ROCK IGNEOUS ROCK SEDIMENT MAGMA HEAT & PRESSURE HEAT & PRESSURE
SEDIMENTARY ROCK METAMORPHIC ROCK IGNEOUS ROCK SEDIMENT MAGMA HEAT & PRESSURE HEAT & PRESSURE COMPACTION & CEMENTATION COOLING MELTING EROSION
THE ROCK CYCLE Has been occurring since Earth began. Is going on now. Will continue for as long as there is an Earth. Takes a long, long, long, long……time. (millions and millions of years)
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