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  1. Rocks and Weathering KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  2. Q1. What do we call a naturally occurring aggregate of minerals? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  3. A1. Rock KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  4. Q2. What do we call the physical, biological or chemical breakdown of rocks? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  5. A2. Weathering KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  6. Q3. What do we call the transport of weathered rock? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  7. A3. Erosion KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  8. Q4. What do we call the deposition (laying down) of small particles of rock, usually on a sea or river bed? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  9. A4. Sedimentation KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  10. Q5. What word means rubbing away, for example when rocks are swept along by a river? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  11. A5. Abrasion KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  12. Q6. What do you call the place where a river joins the sea? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  13. A6. An estuaryA delta KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  14. Q7. What do you call a valley full of flowing ice? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  15. A7. A glacier KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  16. Q8. Give a word that means able to soak up liquid like a sponge KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  17. A8. Porous KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  18. Q9. Name a hard, white form of calcium carbonate that can be polished and that is used to make statues? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  19. A9. Marble KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  20. Q10. Name a soft, white form of calcium carbonate that forms the cliffs near Dover. KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  21. A10. Chalk KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  22. Q11. Name a form of calcium carbonate that is softer than marble but harder than chalk. KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  23. A11. Limestone KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  24. Q12. Name a hard, igneous rock with large pink, grey, black and white crystals. KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  25. A12. Granite KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  26. Q13. Name a black, volcanic rock with tiny crystals. KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  27. A13. Basalt KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  28. Q14. Name the shiny black, glassy volcanic rock which has no crystals in it. KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  29. A14. Obsidian KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  30. Q15. Name a light grey volcanic rock that floats on water. It is used to remove hard skin. KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  31. A15. Pumice KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  32. Q16. What do we call liquid drops that fall from the sky in a storm? KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  33. A16. Rain KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering

  34. Well Done!Now check your score KS3 Unit 8g - Rocks and Weathering