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The Rock Cycle in Virginia

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Trey Perkins

on 22 March 2013

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The Rock Cycle In Virginia Piedmont Blue Ridge Mountains Valley & Ridge Much like the piedmont, the Blue Ridge Mountains have lots of igneous and metamorphic rocks because of the ancient volcanoes and heat & pressure. The valley and ridge resembles the Coastal Plain rock
wise. There are marine fossils and lime stone, much
like the coastal plain. Appalachian Plateau Maybe because it's so close to the valley and ridge, the plateau has marine fossils and sedimentary rocks such as limestone. Coastal Plain The Coastal Plain is rich in fossils and sedimentary rock.
Its fossils and rocks are the result of fossilized marine life.
There is a lot of limestone in the Coastal Plain. In the rolling hills of the Piedmont, there are mostly metamorphic and igneous rock because
of the volcanoes that were present during the
mesozoic era. The rocks are underground because of the pressure forming the metamorphic rocks.
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