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Cheney Rocks

sediments particles of sand, shells, pebbles, and other fragments
fossils only sedimentary rocks contain these
conglomerate and limestone types of sedimentary rock
metamorphic rocks heat and pressure forms this type of rock
gneiss and marble types of metamorphic rocks
are ribbonlike and have crystals this describes metamorphic rocks
when magma cools and hardens this makes igneous rocks
magma molten rock is called
lava molten rock above earth's crust is called
volcano where lava comes from
shiny and glassy an igneous rock that cooled very quickly looks
basalt and obsidian types of igneous rocks
extrusive igneous rock a rock formed by quickly cooling on the outside of a volcano
intrusive igneous rock a rock formed slowly on the inside of a volcano
wind, ice, water, plants, temperature elements that cause weathering and erosion
broken apart when something is weathered it is
erosion when something is weathered and carried away it is called
sedimentary rocks formed by squeezing and compacting
rocks that are weathered and eroded sediments are caused by
with heat and pressure how do you change an igneous rock into a metamorphic rock
compaction and cementing how do you transform sediments into a sedimentary rock
Created by: kemberlian