Geology Exam 1 Review Sheet
an igneous rock c. a metamorphic rock d. none of the above On the rock cycle diagram that we presented in class, what process(es) directly follow(s) the production of sedimentary rocks? a. uplift b. increased heat and pressure c. weathering and erosion d.
6th Science - Rocks, Minerals, Weather and Oceans
10 Metamorphic Rock Sedimentary Rock Igneous Rock 11 The Rock Cycle Rocks change all the time. They change from one type to another. The processes that intervene in this rock cycle are: weathering, erosion ... these changes happen fast enough ...
South Baldwin County school columns
We have to find three rocks and find out if they are igneous, metamorphic or sedimentary. We also have to make our own presentation and display. We had to hit the rock with a hammer so we could find out what kind it is. Because of erosion, the outside will ...
CHAPTER 10: Folds, Faults and Rock Deformation
The type of strain (deformation ... occur if erosion strips away the overlying rocks to exhume once deeply buried rocks. Release of confining pressure causes the exhumed rock to expand and fracture, thereby producing joints. 3. Joints aid in weathering ...
THE GEOLOGY OF THE 'PANGHILOD', THE TRADITONAL PINOY STONE TOOL
But what type of rock is more commonly used as panghilod? To answer this question, we need a little understanding of petrology (study of rocks) and geology of the Philippines. There are three basic rock types: igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary.