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MRS. BIGOT ROCKS 

MRS. BIGOT ROCKS 

MRS. BIGOT ROCKS . SHE IS SO GOOD AT TEACHING US NEW THINGS! THAT WE WILL NEED TO NOW . Q u e s ti o n s. What is your favorite subject? Her favorite subject is math! Were are you originally from ? She is originally from Abbeville. She Moved to Erath in the 8 th grade, and graduated

By Jims
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What Happened After They Were Raised?

What Happened After They Were Raised?

What Happened After They Were Raised?. Matthew 27:51-53. Matthew 27:51-53. Temple veil was torn Rocks split, earthquake, tombs opened Many dead saints were raised from the dead They came out of graves after Christ was raised They went into Jerusalem and appeared to many people

By Pat_Xavi
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Earth Science Lab Practical Review

Earth Science Lab Practical Review

Earth Science Lab Practical Review. Station 1: Rocks and Minerals. COLOR. - Least useful property. STREAK. CLEAVAGE/FRACTURE. -Porcelain Streak plate. DENSITY/HEFT. LUSTER. How are Minerals Identified??. -Metallic or Non-metallic. CRYSTAL SHAPE. HARDNESS. -Glass plate.

By bly
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T h e R o c k C y c l e i n Mi c h i g a n

T h e R o c k C y c l e i n Mi c h i g a n

T h e R o c k C y c l e i n Mi c h i g a n. Prepared by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Office of Geological Survey. What is t h e R o c k C y c l e ?. The R o c k C y c l e explains how Rocks and Natural Processes are related. weathering. Sedimentary. Metamorphic.

By vita
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Classification of Igneous Rocks

Classification of Igneous Rocks

Classification of Igneous Rocks. Textures: Aphanitic- crystals too small to see by eye Phaneritic- can see the constituent minerals Fine grained- < 1 mm diameter Medium grained- 1-5 mm diameter Coarse grained- 5-50 mm diameter Very coarse grained- > 50 mm diameter

By grace
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Rocks & Minerals Review

Rocks & Minerals Review

Rocks & Minerals Review. Metamorphic. Igneous. Sedimentary. Minerals. Igneous. Question 1. Question 2. Question 3. Question 4. Question 5. Igneous Rocks #1. How and where do igneous rocks form?. Solidification of Magma Volcanoes & Rifts/Ridges. Igneous Rocks #2.

By chen
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THE PRIMORDIAL EARTH Hadean and Archean Eons Evidence of Anoxia

THE PRIMORDIAL EARTH Hadean and Archean Eons Evidence of Anoxia

THE PRIMORDIAL EARTH Hadean and Archean Eons Evidence of Anoxia. Lack of oxidized iron in the oldest sedimentary rocks. Urananite and pyrite are readily oxidized today, but are found unoxidized in Precambrian sediments Archean sedimentary rocks are commonly dark due to

By mayes
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METAMORPHISM AND METAMORPHIC ROCKS

METAMORPHISM AND METAMORPHIC ROCKS

METAMORPHISM AND METAMORPHIC ROCKS. COMMON METAMORPHIC ROCKS. Classified on the presence or absence of FOLIATION . FOLIATION is the parallel alignment of tabular minerals in the rock due to heat and pressure. Gneiss Foliated. Quartzite Nonfoliated. METAMORPHISM AND METAMORPHIC ROCKS.

By amory
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Lecture on Rocks

Lecture on Rocks

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.

By mrinal
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Today’s Agenda…Jan. 24 th

Today’s Agenda…Jan. 24 th

Today’s Agenda…Jan. 24 th. Bellringer: How do volcanoes form? Share Homework Weathering vs. Erosion Notes on Weathering BrainPop on Weathering Homework. BEFORE: Weathering or Erosion?. An old tombstone that is hard to read A mountain after a landslide Sand dunes

By deon
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Starter					2/22/2010

Starter 2/22/2010

Starter 2/22/2010. Rocks are made of m________ and m__________ are made of compounds which contain 2 or more e_________. Where do the Earth’s rocks come from? What are the 3 layers of the geosphere?. Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE. Tarbuck Lutgens. . Chapter 3. Rocks.

By brit
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Earth Materials and Processes

Earth Materials and Processes

Earth Materials and Processes. Understand Basic Concepts of: tectonic cycle hydrologic cycle geochemical cycle rock cycle (interaction with above three) minerals (silicates, oxides, carbonates, etc.) weathering -- chemical, physical erosion, transport, deposition, lithification.

By redford
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HNRS 353 Astrobiology Chapter 4 - Earth - Bennett & Shostak

HNRS 353 Astrobiology Chapter 4 - Earth - Bennett & Shostak

HNRS 353 Astrobiology Chapter 4 - Earth - Bennett & Shostak. Lecture Notes for Chapter 4 FALL 2018 Dr. H. Geller. The Habitability of Earth. Geology and Life (4.1) Reconstructing the History of Earth and Life (4.2)

By kami
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Objective : Rocks and Minerals

Objective : Rocks and Minerals

Objective : Rocks and Minerals Essential Question(s): What is the difference between rocks and minerals? What are the 3 different types of rocks?. K-W-L What do you KNOW about rocks and minerals?. K W L. ROCKS. What is a Rock?. Solid Naturally-occurring

By dasan
(200 views)

Talk a Mile a Minute

Talk a Mile a Minute

Talk a Mile a Minute. Rocks Review. Directions. For each round, one person is the “talker” and that person is the only one who can see the words. The talker is allowed to say anything about the terms but may not use any words in the category title or any rhyming words or the term itself.

By jack
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Rocks

Rocks

Rocks. OBJECTIVES. Learners will be able to list the characteristics used in order to classify rocks into three major groups. ESSENTIAL QUESTION. What is the importance of classifying rocks?. VOCABULARY. Rock Mineral Weathering Erosion Breakage Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary.

By lolita
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Unit 2b: minerals & rocks: Igneous rocks

Unit 2b: minerals & rocks: Igneous rocks

Unit 2b: minerals & rocks: Igneous rocks. Geo 281: geology for engineers Geology and Geophysics Department King Saud University. Rock Types. The Earth is almost entirely rock to a depth of 2900 kilometers, where the solid mantle gives way to the liquid outer core .

By tilly
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Warm-Up

Warm-Up

Warm-Up. Sediment size and formation. How are sedimentary rocks classified?. MYP Unit Question: W hat’s a world without rocks? Area of Interaction : Human Ingenuity Learner Profile: Thinker Standard: Students will investigate the scientific view of how the earth’s surface is formed.

By zoltin
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Rocks and Weathering

Rocks and Weathering

Rocks and Weathering. Q1. What do we call a naturally occurring aggregate of minerals?. A1. Rock. Q2. What do we call the physical, biological or chemical breakdown of rocks?. A2. Weathering. Q3. What do we call the transport of weathered rock?. A3. Erosion.

By haig
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Ch. 6 Rocks

Ch. 6 Rocks

Ch. 6 Rocks. Chapter 6 Rocks. What is a Rock?. Rocks = Naturally-occurring mixtures of minerals , Mineraloids, glass or organic matter . Mineraloid =opal, Amber, coal, etc. What is the difference between a rock and a mineral ? Rocks are made up of ONE or MORE minerals .

By lesley
(301 views)

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