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B2-Broe

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Becka Broe

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The Rock Cycle
By
Becka Broe
Igneous
Description:
3 Examples
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Sedimentary
Description:
3 Examples
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Metamorphic
Description:
3 Examples
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Erosion, Deposition
The process by which water, ice, wind, or gravity moves fragments of rock and soil. Sediment. Small, solid particles of material from rocks or organisms which are moved by water or wind, resulting in erosion and deposition.
Melting
Melting (also known as fusion) is a physical process that results in the phase transition of a substance from a solid to a liquid. This occurs when the internal energy of the solid increases, typically by the application of heat or pressure, which increases the substance's temperature to the melting point.
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One component of the rock cycle is metamorphism, which is a process of changing the mineralogy, texture and chemical composition of rocks by heat, pressure and chemical processes. The resulting type of rock is known as a metamorphic rock.
Heat & Pressure

Description:

rock cycle is an idealized cycle of processes undergone by rocks in the earth's crust, involving igneous intrusion, uplift, erosion, transportation, deposition as sedimentary rock, metamorphism, remelting, and further igneous intrusion
Having solidified from lava or magma. Igneous rocks have large crystals
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Rock that has formed through the deposition and solidification of sediment, especially sediment transported by water (rivers, lakes, and oceans), ice ( glaciers ), and wind. Sedimentary rocks are often deposited in layers, and frequently contain fossils. Note : Limestone and shale are common sedimentary rock
A metamorphic rock is a result of a transformation of a pre-existing rock. The original rock is subjected to very high heat and pressure, which cause obvious physical and/or chemical changes
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