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The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. Ch 4 S 1. Introduction. Rock: solid mixture of 1+ minerals and organic mater that occurs naturally Rocks are always changing Rock Cycle: process in which a new rock forms from older rock material. The Value of Rock. Used as Tools Weapons Building Material.

By shay
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Earth’s Resources

Earth’s Resources

Earth’s Resources . Chapter Four . Lesson One: Minerals & Rocks . Objectives Compare and contrast properties of minerals. Describe how three main kinds of rocks form. . Read Science books page 202 & do review page 203. Minerals and Rocks Vocabulary: Lesson 1.

By knox
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Warm up April 21

Warm up April 21

Warm up April 21. Question: Juan found a mineral with a mass of 102 grams. He calculated the volume to be 30 ml. What mineral did he find? D=M/V. Earth Science Rocks!. MYP Unit Question : What’s out there? Standard : Every science standard!

By annora
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Rock Cycle

Rock Cycle

Rock Cycle. Rock Cycle. rock. A naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, rock particles or organic matter. Rock Cycle. How are rocks classified?. Based on how they are formed Some originate in magma Others from sediments Others are squished and heated. Rock Cycle.

By kyrene
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Continental Drift

Continental Drift

Continental Drift. Who? When? And what did they learn?. Early Explorers obtained new information about the continents and their coastlines 400 years ago.

By herbst
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Chapter 3:Earth’s structure and Materials

Chapter 3:Earth’s structure and Materials

Chapter 3:Earth’s structure and Materials. Chapter 3.5 and 3.6. 3.5:Sedimentary Rocks. Google images. How do sedimentary rocks form?. Sedimentary rocks form when sediment is deposited by water and wind Process: weathering, erosion, deposition, compaction and cementation.

By keitha
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Rock Cycle - Edusmart

Rock Cycle - Edusmart

4/1/13. S:. Rock Cycle - Edusmart. When a 2.6 g marble is dropped in a graduated cylinder filled with 25.0 mL of water, the water rises to 34.1 mL . Calculate the density of the marble. Table of Contents. Date Lecture/ Activity/ Lab Page.

By mada
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Alfred Wegner

Alfred Wegner

Alfred Wegner. Early 1900’s. Continents are drifting apart from one another. Similar fossils found on both sides of the ocean suggest continents were once together. Similar types of rock and evidence of some ancient climatic conditions were found on different continents.

By nickan
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