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science rocks

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form when older rocks or minerals compact together to form a new rock. Classic
has a high amount of organic material organic
minerals from evaporated water chemical
different layers of rock pile on top of each other Horizontal Layering
formed by moving water Permanent Ripple Marks
when a wet period turns into a dry period Cracking
when wind blows sediments into a pile Cross Bedding
they do not form in the surface they form on the earth’s crust and small. Extrusive
rocks that are formed below the earth’s crust.big rock and takes a long time to cool and large crystals and grains Intrusive
a rock that forms when magma hardens Igneous Rock
a rock that forms when sediments harden and hardens. Sedimentary Rock
Created by: boomtamer