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Geology Lab Final

Valley and Ridge Province Consists of ancient sedimentary rocks deformed during the formation of the Appalachian Mountains. Limestone, one of the common rock types in the area, is susceptible to dissolution resulting in the abundance of caves seen in the region.
Blue Ridge Mountain Province Consists of metamorphosed (changed from previous form) sedimentary rocks. These rocks represent the southern extent of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Piedmont Province Consists of igneous (once molten) & metamorphic rocks formed deep below the surface & now exposed due to uplift & extensive erosion. These hard rocks: granite (igneous) & gneiss (metamorphic) are used for building stones & roadbed gravel & are mined.
Coastal Plain Province Consists of sedimentary rocks and unconsolidated sediments. These sediments have come from the extensive erosion of the Piedmont that has
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