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Relative Age

Relative Age

Relative Age. The age of a rock unit or event __________ to the age of another rock unit or event. In other words which layer or event came __________, __________, __________… Ex. Mr. Jensen is older than you are or the sandstone was deposited before the fault occurred. Absolute Age.

By norris
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Wednesday October 28, 2009

Wednesday October 28, 2009

Wednesday October 28, 2009. EQ: What processes lead to the formation of Igneous Rock? ¿Qué procesos conducen a la creación de la roca ígnea? NO Journal: Complete the Igneous Rock Concept Model and turn in. Termine el modelo del concepto de la roca ígnea y dé vuelta al pulg.

By zion
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Changes Written in Stone

Changes Written in Stone

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.

By alban
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Changes Written in Stone

Changes Written in Stone

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.

By makala
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What is a Igneous Rock?

What is a Igneous Rock?

By Madison Wacaser #26. What is a Igneous Rock?.

By akio
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JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY. Set A. Set B. Set C. Set D. Set E. Set F. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500. $500. $500. $500. $500. $500. 1 - 100. 1-100.

By lindsey
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Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. Ch 8. Bill Nye Volcano Video. What is a Volcano?. A volcano is a weak spot in the crust where molten material, or magma, comes to the surface Magma reaching the surface is called lava. Location of Volcanoes. 600 active volcanoes worldwide Many more are found beneath oceans

By aggie
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Lecture 4 Igneous Rocks

Lecture 4 Igneous Rocks

Lecture 4 Igneous Rocks. Three Main Rock Types Formation of Igneous Rocks Where does magma come from? The nature of volcanic eruptions Volcanic products Intrusive rock bodies Igneous rock textures Igneous rock classification Engineering considerations of igneous rocks.

By kineta
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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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The Relative Age of Rocks

The Relative Age of Rocks

The Relative Age of Rocks. Section 4.2. How old are rock layers?. The relative age of a rock is its age compared to the ages of other rocks. Ex. Mrs. Herrscher is older than her sister and brother. The absolute age of a rock is the number of years that have passed since the rock formed.

By armand-warren
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Conversations with the Earth Tom Burbine tburbine@framingham

Conversations with the Earth Tom Burbine tburbine@framingham

Conversations with the Earth Tom Burbine tburbine@framingham.edu. The lighter-colored areas on the Moon are called the highlands. Luna 2 - impact on the surface of the Moon (1959) (USSR) Luna 3 - first photos of the far side of the Moon (1959) (USSR)

By zahir-davenport
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T or F - Metamorphic rocks are formed deep in the crust.

T or F - Metamorphic rocks are formed deep in the crust.

T or F - Metamorphic rocks are formed deep in the crust. True. Type of rock formed by particles being pressed and cemented together. sedimentary. Geologist classify a rock according to its. origin. Rocks without crystal grains cooled very. quickly.

By summer-sanford
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$200

Astronomical Influences. Plate Tectonics. Planetary Chemistry. Earth/Moon System. Past and Future. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500. $500. $500. $500. $500. C1 $100.

By cooper-savage
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Wellesley Elementary Schools

Wellesley Elementary Schools

Wellesley Elementary Schools. Grade Four Geology Training By: Lisa Moore. Training Objectives. To provide necessary information for parent volunteers, in preparation for leading students on the fourth grade geology field investigation.

By tatyana-ruiz
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Igneous Rock

Igneous Rock

Igneous Rock. Earth Science Chapter 3 Section 2. Introduction. Igneous rock is sometimes called volcanic rock Igneous rock forms when magma cools and hardens (crystallizes). Formation of Igneous Rock. Most igneous rock forms from magma deep below the earths surface.

By hildavillarreal
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Section 1: Rocks and the Rock Cycle

Section 1: Rocks and the Rock Cycle

Section 1: Rocks and the Rock Cycle. Preview Key Ideas Three Major Types of Rock The Rock Cycle Properties of Rocks. Key Ideas. Identify the three major types of rock, and explain how each type forms. Summarize the steps in the rock cycle. Explain Bowen’s reaction series.

By eivey
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Difference Between Rocks and Minerals

Difference Between Rocks and Minerals

Difference Between Rocks and Minerals. Physical Properties of mineral are the same throughout Physical Properties of rocks vary from one part of the rock to another. Rocks are classified according to origin (where and how it formed) either: Igneous, Metamorphic, or Sedimentary.

By gcabrera
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Section 1:  Rocks and the Rock Cycle

Section 1: Rocks and the Rock Cycle

Section 1: Rocks and the Rock Cycle. Preview Key Ideas Three Major Types of Rock The Rock Cycle Properties of Rocks. Key Ideas. Identify the three major types of rock, and explain how each type forms. Summarize the steps in the rock cycle. Explain Bowen’s reaction series.

By davidbrennan
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Pupil A

Pupil A

Pupil A. What percentage of the Earth’s crust is composed of metamorphic rocks?. Pupil B. What is the lowest temperature at which metamorphism takes place?. Pupil C. Name the type of metamorphism associated with igneous intrusions. Pupil D. Name the main mineral found in slate. Pupil E.

By davidcox
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Astronomy 101 The Solar System Tuesday, Thursday Tom Burbine tomburbine@astro.umass

Astronomy 101 The Solar System Tuesday, Thursday Tom Burbine tomburbine@astro.umass

Astronomy 101 The Solar System Tuesday, Thursday Tom Burbine tomburbine@astro.umass.edu. Course. Course Website: http://blogs.umass.edu/astron101-tburbine/ Textbook: Pathways to Astronomy (2nd Edition) by Stephen Schneider and Thomas Arny . You also will need a calculator.

By christinehill
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