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G110 Course Preview

G110 Course Preview

G110 Course Preview Minerals Cubic structure Fig. 2.9 Igneous Rocks Basalt dike Volcanos Kilimanjaro Fujiyama Mt St Helens Mauna Loa Mt St Helens Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Geologic Time Figure 8.2 Weathering Figs. 5.5, 5.6 Ground Water Streams strea Glaciers

By Samuel
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Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 5

Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 5

Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 5. Concepts you will need to know for the exams. Weathering Erosion Transportation Sorting Angularity Sedimentary environments, Cross-bedding (sedimentary structures) Bioturbation, bedding sequences, diagenesis

By jacob
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Class 6a: Introduction to landforms or What goes up must come down

Class 6a: Introduction to landforms or What goes up must come down

Class 6a: Introduction to landforms or What goes up must come down. Landform processes. “The summit of Mt. Everest is marine limestone” (McPhee) Tectonic forces (uplift) Gradational processes. Landform processes. Geomorphology What? Where? Why? So what? . How old is the Earth?.

By idra
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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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The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. Objectives: Define Geology Describe the three main groups of rocks Explain the rock cycle. Geology. Root words: “Geo” means Earth “logos” means study of. Geology then literally means “Study of Earth”.

By tyrell
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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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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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Fossils and the Rock Record

Fossils and the Rock Record

Fossils and the Rock Record. Section 1: The Rock Record Section 2: Relative-Age Dating Section 3: Absolute-Age Dating Section 4: Fossil Remains. Section 1: Scientists organize geologic time to help them communicate about Earth’s history.

By orien
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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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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
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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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Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks. By Mrs. Hicks. What is a sedimentary rock?. A sedimentary rock is a rock that is made of layers of sediment (sand, clay, mud) close to the earth’s surface. Sandstone. Where are sedimentary rocks formed?. Sedimentary rocks are formed under rivers, lakes, oceans, or streams.

By angie
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Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks . Sedimentary rocks form when weathered sediment is deposited and is lithified. Review. What is: Sediment Weathering Deposition Lithification. Formation of Sedimentary Rocks. Lithification? The process of cementing and/or compacting sediment together.

By rance
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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
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Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks. Made from sediments or rock material that has been broken down in some way. Sedimentary rocks are usually formed in a watery environment. Often layered Are the only rocks that contain fossils. Types of Sedimentary Rocks.

By metta
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Three Types Of Rocks

Three Types Of Rocks

Three Types Of Rocks. By Cynthia Mayes 2 nd Grade DES. Sedimentary Rocks. Metamorphic Rock. Ingneous Rock.

By shanna
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Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE

Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE

Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE. Tarbuck Lutgens. . Chapter 3. Rocks. Rocks. 3.1 The Rock Cycle.  Rocks are any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter occurring naturally as part of our planet.  Types of Rocks. 1. Igneous rock is formed by the crystallization of molten magma.

By rochelle
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Earth Materials

Earth Materials

Earth Materials. Mineral and rocks Chapter 2. Group project: choose one. Periods Cambrian Ordovician Silurian Devonian Carboniferous Permian Triassic Jurassic Cretaceous Tertiary Quaternary. What is a mineral?. A naturally occurring inorganic solid

By kalista
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Chapter 4 Review

Chapter 4 Review

Chapter 4 Review. What are 2 ways humans use rocks? Coarse- grained texture comes from magma cooling____. What are the 4 forces that shape the Earth’s surface. Deformation is the process in which rocks _______. What are the 2 ways rocks are classified? What are the 3 ways magma forms?

By craig
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