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categories of sedimentary rock organic, clastic,chemical
compaction/cemenatation occurs when great pressure is applied to sediments
deposition sediments/ tiny rocks are dropped in a location
erosion movers sedimnts away from its sorce
floiation bandeding or stripping on organic rtocks
igneous rock fromed from volcanic activity
magma form of hot rock/ lava
metamorophic rock formed when other rocks are exposed to heat and pressure
non-fliated nno banding
rock cycle comntinuous pattern of rocks transforming
sedimantary rocks formed when layers are compacted tightly
startification layers of sedimentary rock
texture of igneous rocks granite
types opf ingoues rocks obsidian
types of metamorphic riocks marble/ slate
wheathering the break down of rocks into smaller pices
Created by: sydneym