Geological Changes. Yellow is the magic color. 8 th Grade Science Riverwood Middle Clayton, NC. 8.E.2 Understand the history of Earth and its life forms based on evidence of change recorded in fossil records and landforms.
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Regents Review Physical Setting/Earth Science . Mrs. Duffy Henninger High School Syracuse, NY. Be Prepared for Exam Day. Bring to test site: Identification (student ID, drivers license, etc) 2 pens 2 sharpened pencils Functioning calculator Get a good nights sleep Eat a good breakfast
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Groundwater. Importance of groundwater. Groundwater is water found in the pores of soil and sediment, plus narrow fractures in bedrock Groundwater is the largest reservoir of fresh water that is readily available to humans. Importance of groundwater. Geological role of groundwater
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Chapter 5 Rocks. Explain the formation of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock Name and give examples of three different rock types. Explain the rock cycle Discuss human interaction with the rock cycle using a case study Know how this topic appears on the exam paper.
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We Will, We Will, ROCK YOU!!!. What are the 3 types of rocks?. Metamorphic, Indignity, and Seminary Metabolic, Ingenious, and Sedimentary Metamorphic, Igneous, and Sedimentary None of the above. C!! Metamorphic, Igneous, Sedimentary. What ROCK is pictured?. Obsidian b. Marble
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Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com 2009 Images from Geology.com unless otherwise noted. Types of Rock. What are Rocks?. A rock is a naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, or organic matter
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What is a Mineral?. By Liz LaRosa 5 th Grade Science www.middleschoolscience.com 2010. What is a mineral? Properties:. S olid Cannot be a liquid or a gas N aturally Occurring Found in nature, not man-made I norganic Is not alive and never was, non-living F ixed composition
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Define: Mineral Rocks Crystal. 130. 120. 60. 70. 40. 50. 30. 10. 140. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 9. 3. 2. 0. 180. 80. 20. 160. 90. 150. 170. 100. 110. 1. This screen will disappear in 3 minutes. Seconds Remaining. Mineral - inorganic, solid materials found in nature
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Changes Written in Stone. By Michelle Mecham . Where do we find rocks?. Volcanoes Mountains Streams Beaches Oceans EVERYWHERE!. Rocks can be . . . Hard Soft Shiny Dull Smooth Rough One color Many colors. Here are rocks that are hard and have many colors.
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Changes Written in Stone. Where do we find rocks?. Volcanoes Mountains Streams Beaches Oceans EVERYWHERE!. Rocks can be . . . Hard Soft Shiny Dull Smooth Rough One color Many colors. Here are rocks that are hard and have many colors. Here are rocks that are smooth and shiny.
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Lets Rock!. The rock cycle. 3 Types of Rocks. There are 3 different types of rocks; Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic. Igneous Rock . Igneous rocks are formed by magma and lava as it cools. Igneous rocks form in two different ways.
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ROCKS AND MINERALS!. Beth Carter, White Knoll Elementary Lexington School District One. What are minerals?. Minerals!. A solid object that was formed in nature, and has never been alive. Examples of Minerals. Quartz. Calcite. Iron. Diamond. Hematite. Uses of Minerals.
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An Introduction to Geology. Minerals are natural compounds formed through geologic processes. They are inorganic substances they do not contain carbon) and have a crystalline structure. The study of minerals is called mineralogy. Minerals. Crystal Structures.
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Lecture on Rocks. There are 3 types of rocks. Igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary. Some rocks have air bubbles because of the way they are formed. Rocks such as Millstone Grit have these properties and are otherwise known as Sedimentary Rocks.
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We will Rock You. Learning the processes of rocks. Song: We will rock you. Stomp, Stomp, Clap We will, we will Rock you We will, We will Rock you. Metamorphic Rock Deep within the ground, Heat and pressure changes it around. We will, We will Rock You We will, We will Rock You
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Predicting the Rock Cycle. Beginning With Metamorphic Rock. Metamorphic Rock (formed under great heat & pressure). Above the Ground. Below the Ground. May be melted to reform magma. Rock may weather & erode; sediments form. The magma may cool. Sediments fall into layers. Igneous Rock.
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