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rocks. Caution:. Which rock will it stay?. Can you Figure it Out?. From One Rock to another. On a RECYCLING Route. But never in a hurry. You are here. The Rock Cycle. Igneous. metamorphic. Sedimentary. The Rock Cycle. Igneous. Igneous means “born of fire”. The Rock Cycle. Igneous.

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rocks

Caution:

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The Rock Cycle

Igneous

metamorphic

Sedimentary

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The Rock Cycle

Igneous

Igneous means “born of fire”

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The Rock Cycle

Igneous

Igneous means “born of fire”

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Bedrock

Mag-ma!

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But then the

EARTH’S elements

Won’t leave

The poor rock alone!

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Ice

  • wind
  • Water

ice

wind

water

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Compression of sediments

is One way

Sedimentary Rock

can be formed

That DARNED rock’s

changed again!

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The Rock Cycle

Igneous

metamorphic

?

Sedimentary

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The Rock Cycle

Igneous

metamorphic

kinda

melted

squished

Sedimentary

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Bands (can) form

Metamorphic

means

“changed”

Metamorphic!

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The Rock Cycle

Igneous

metamorphic

Sedimentary

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When Men first

Discovered this

It came as

A Shock !

James Hutton

1726-1797)

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It was thought

Only ONE identity

To each kind of rock

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Like a sort of

registration

baby!

Given

At birth

Once granite,

ALWAYS granite.

(No sir!)

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The Rock Cycle

igneous

metamorphic

Sedimentary

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Youngest

Rocks

Here !

Asteroid

Impact?

Volcano

Roots here!

Volcano roots down there!

Oldest Rocks

Here !

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The end !

Beth Cook-Vernon

Productions

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The following are

Spare pictures…

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Into the

Bedrock

On top (Exit)

intrusive

extrusive

(crystals)

(no crystals)