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ES-Rock Cycle, pt 2

Unit5: Rock Cycle, Chapter 6 Glencoe

Solid material deposited on the Earth's surface by wind, water, ice, gravity, or chemical precipitation are: Sediments
What kind of weathering changes the molecular composition of rock? Chemical weathering
What kind of sediments are formed from mechanical weathering? Clastic
Rock formed by sediments is classified by what feature? Particle size
What are the four main agents of erosion? wind, moving water, gravity, and glaciers
Sediments laid down on the ground or that sink to the bottoms of bodies of water are called water deposition or deposits
When sediments are turned to stone through compaction and cementation this is called lithification
Calcite and quartz crystallization are two forms of what kind of lithification? cementation
The visual layering of sedimentary rocks is a feature called bedding
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