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Rock Cycle

Ring of Fire - faults & volcanoes,- belt of active faults/volcanoes in Pacific Ocean
Forms from cooled lava igneous rock
Intrusive rock -igneous rock,-formed below Earth's surface
Extrusive rock -igeneous rock,-formed at Earth's surface
Sedimentary rocks rocks formed from the compaction or cementation of sediments
Metamorphic rocks Made when heat
Minerals A solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence. with a definite chemical composition
Deposition Process in which sediment is laid down in new locations.
Weathering The breaking down of rocks and other materials on the Earth's surface.
Erosion Processes by which rock, sand, and soil are carried away to a different location
Lithification The process that converts sediments into solid rock by compaction or cementation.
Rock Cycle the series of processes that change one type of rock into another type of rock
Created by: Mkh9295