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Igneous Rocks I

Igneous Rocks I

Igneous Rocks I. Formed from the cooling and consolidation of magma plutonic (intrusive) — cooled below the surface volcanic (extrusive) — cooled on the surface. Igneous rocks II. Macroscopic-microscopic. 1 cm. 1 mm. Glassy no minerals present

By abiba
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Igneous, Sedimentary & Metamorphic Rocks

Igneous, Sedimentary & Metamorphic Rocks

Igneous, Sedimentary & Metamorphic Rocks. ...and the Rock Cycle. PowerPoint Notes created by S. Koziol Date : 9/7/2013 Revised : ?/?/??. Compare and contrast intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks. Describe the composition of magma

By rufin
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Introduction to Igneous Rocks

Introduction to Igneous Rocks

Introduction to Igneous Rocks. Audience: 9-12 th Grade Earth Science Class The purpose of this tutorial is to serve as a review of presented concepts involving igneous rocks and igneous rock terms. Objectives: Describe the processes that form the different kinds of igneous rocks.

By ena
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Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks. Formed from the cooling and consolidation of magma. Plutonic (intrusive) = cooled below the surface. Volcanic (extrusive) = cooled on the surface. Igneous rocks. Magma: A mass of molten rock below the surface of the Earth.

By adem
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Death Valley California

Death Valley California

Death Valley California. Ms Politano at Ube Hebe Crater (Volcano explosion). Rattlesnake under an igneous rock. Rocks Vs Minerals. Minerals Composed of Elements ALWAYS INORGANIC Classification depends on the 8 main characteristics we discussed in class. Rocks Composed of Minerals

By clovis
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Rocks, Rocks and More Rocks!

Rocks, Rocks and More Rocks!

Rocks, Rocks and More Rocks!. Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic. Igneous Rocks. Notes: Extrusive Igneous Rocks Rock formed from lava that erupted onto Earth’s surface. Basalt – most common extrusive rock on Earth. It forms most of Earth’s ocean floor. Igneous Rocks.

By ginata
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Different types of rock

Different types of rock

Different types of rock. There are many different types of rocks in the world. Identifying rocks. Identifying rocks: summary. type. description. examples. sedimentary. sandstone and limestone. the softest rock type, containing layers and sometimes fossils.

By lave
(229 views)

Igneous rocks

Igneous rocks

Igneous rocks. Video Quiz True or False?. 5. Igneous Rocks. Section 5.1: What are igneous rocks? Section 5.2: Classification of Igneous Rocks. Section 5.1. Objectives. What are igneous rocks?. Summarize igneous rock formation. Describe the composition of magma.

By miranda-finch
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The Three Different Types of Rocks:

The Three Different Types of Rocks:

The Three Different Types of Rocks:. Igneous. Metamorphic. Sedimentary. Where Do Rocks Come From?. Where do you see rocks? Mountains Canyons Riverbeds All rocks are all made of minerals. As a matter of fact, rocks are made up of 2 or more minerals. The Rock Cycle.

By heriberto-noboa
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IGNEOUS ROCKS

IGNEOUS ROCKS

IGNEOUS ROCKS. Formation and characteristics. The term igneous is from the Latin word “ ignis " which means FIRE. IGNEOUS.

By wang-rosa
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Rock Layers

Rock Layers

Rock Layers. Compaction. Happens when pressure is applied to a material (over long periods of time). Cementation. Involves the deposition of a cementing matrix in the pore spaces between the grains of sediment. Before cementation (notice the air spaces). horizontal. Level- like a floor

By quon-owens
(108 views)

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. What is the Rock Cycle?.

By amena-wright
(136 views)

Topic: Igneous Rocks

Topic: Igneous Rocks

Topic: Igneous Rocks. Igneous Rocks. - Lava – Magma –. Cooling. Solidification – Crystallization –. Igneous Classification. Mineral composition - Texture - -. Important!!!!. Extrusive Igneous Rocks. - - -. Intrusive Igneous Rocks. - -.

By rhona-fields
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Obsidian Rock – Meaning, Uses, Facts, Properties & Color

Obsidian Rock – Meaning, Uses, Facts, Properties & Color

We know three main classes of rocks, sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic. In Limestone article, we learned how sedimentation occurs, and the formation of sedimentary rocks takes place. Today, we are going to know Obsidian rock, which falls in the main class igneous rocks.

By EmmaMorrell
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What is a rock?

What is a rock?

What is a rock?. A rock is a combination of minerals. For example: Granite is composed of biotite, quartz, and feldspar. Metamorphic Rocks. The Rock Cycle. Any rock can be changed into any other type of rock. The rock cycle is the continuous changing and remaking of rocks.

By jdeforest
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IGNEOUS PROCESSES 3

IGNEOUS PROCESSES 3

IGNEOUS PROCESSES 3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igneous_rock. What is crystallization? Formation of crystals A rock formed by solidification. http://glyphwork.com/tag/crystal-magic/. How does it happen?. Nucleation Crystal growth-diffusion of the molecules.

By adamb
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Lecture 6 Igneous Rocks: Solids from Melts

Lecture 6 Igneous Rocks: Solids from Melts

Lecture 6 Igneous Rocks: Solids from Melts. About Igneous Rocks Igneous rocks form from liquid rock (magma) in several different ways. Igneous processes within Earth produce intrusive igneous rocks. Igneous processes on or near Earth ’ s surface produce extrusive igneous rocks.

By dwilliam
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Igneous, Sedimentary & Metamorphic Rocks

Igneous, Sedimentary & Metamorphic Rocks

Igneous, Sedimentary & Metamorphic Rocks. ...and the Rock Cycle. PowerPoint Notes created by S. Koziol Date : 9/7/2013 Revised : ?/?/??. Compare and contrast intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks. Describe the composition of magma

By anugent
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Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks. Rocks Brain-Pop. Igneous Rocks. Rocks that form when natural, molten rock-forming material cools and turns into a solid. Igneous Rock Formation Video. Liquid (molten) rocks. Lava – On the Earth’s surface (Extrusive). Magma – Beneath the Earth’s surface (Intrusive).

By parkermichael
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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Rocks. Chapter 10. Section 1 Rocks and the Rock Cycle. 10.1 Rocks and the Rock Cycle. Magma is the parent material for all rocks. Once the magma cools and hardens, many changes can occur.

By waites
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