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Introduction To Rocks SlideShare

Feb 27, 2010· Introduction To Rocks 1. Introduction to Rocks 7th grade science 2. What are rocks? Rocks are a combination of minerals 3. Are all rocks the same? No Igneous: Granite Not only are they different colors, but there are also different types The three main types are igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks.

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The rock cycle National Park Service

Rocks that come from magma are formed under ground. They are often times very hard and have more colors. Igneous rock . Sedimentary Rock. Sedimentary rock is made when sediments (sand, gravel, and dirt) are pressed together over time and become a rock. Sedimentary rock is formed in layers. Sedimentary Rocks. Limestone.

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PPT Introduction to minerals and rocks PowerPoint

Introduction to Rocks Introduction to Rocks 7th grade science What are rocks? Rocks are a combination of minerals Are all rocks the same? The PowerPoint PPT presentation: "Introduction to minerals and rocks" is the property of its rightful owner. Do you have PowerPoint slides to share? If so, share your PPT presentation slides online with

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Rocks & the Rock Cycle

Rocks & The Rock Cycle Rocks vs Minerals ROCKS SOLID MIXTURE OF MINERALS MAY BE ORGANIC MINERALS NATURALLY FORMED OF ELEMENTS OR COMPOUNDS INORGANIC SOLID HAVE CRYSTALS NOT MADE OF ROCKS HAS A DEFINITE CHEMICAL MAKEUP Rocks vs Minerals MINERALS ARE CLASSIFIED BY CHEMICAL COMPOSITION Rocks vs Minerals ROCKS ARE -CLASSIFIED BY HOW THEY ARE FORMED EACH TYPE OF ROCK

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Rocks & minerals SlideShare

Nov 14, 2012· Rocks & minerals 1. ROCKS & MINERALS 2. Minerals are always solid with particles in repeating patterns- crystals They are only found in Nature. They are formed in the Earth’s mantle (from heat and pressure) near the surface when oxygen, calcium and carbon combine in the ocean, and when hot, mineral-rich water moves slowly through the cracks in the Earth’s crust.

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Intro to Rocks Mini-Lesson -- Powerpoint Slideshow

Give students a general introduction to the main zones in the ocean with these PowerPoint slides. Students will learn about the LESSON PLANS. Exploding Mountains Mini-Lesson -- PowerPoint Slideshow LESSON PLANS. Hot Rocks Mini-Lesson -- PowerPoint Slideshow. Use these PowerPoint slides to review the concept of "hot spots" and to discuss

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Free PowerPoint Presentations about Rocks for Kids

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format. Rocks from Volcanic Sources. Igneous Rocks. Introduction to Rocks. Geology of Rocks. Sedimentary Rocks. California Geology. Classification of Metamorphic Rocks. The Geologic Timescale Found by Classifying Rock Sediment. The Study of Physical Geology and Rocks. Metamorphic Textures of Rocks. Geology of Time

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Intro to Rocks Ms. Harper's 6th Grade Earth Science Class

Students have been studying types of rocks and their formations in class. Below are the PowerPoints and study guide answer keys to prepare the students for our upcoming unit assessment. Please have the students also visit the useful links tab to take the Socrative and also to take the Quizlet test.

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Introduction to Rock_Properties.ppt Introduction to Rock

View Introduction to Rock_Properties.ppt from PRODUCTION PE433 at University of Tripoli. Introduction to Rock Properties Exercise 1 • What are the rock properties required in

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Information about Rocks Teaching Resources

Nov 08, 2014· ppt, 8.88 MB. Made for Y3 pupils for Rocks and Soils science topic, this gives an overview of what rocks are and breaks down the meaning of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. Creative Commons "Sharealike" Reviews. 4.8. PJReynolds. 5 months ago. report. 5. mkaskiewicz. 6

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Introduction to Geology.ppt Plate Tectonics Geology

Introduction to Geology.ppt Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Rock in the lower mantle gradually strengthens with depth, but it is still capable of flow. Outer (2900 to 5170 km)

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Mr. Webb's Earth Science Class Notes/ Powerpoints

Rocks Unit- Types of Rock PPT Igneous Rocks ppt Sedimentary Rocks ppt Metamorphic Rocks ppt Igneous rock ID Practice. Sedimentary Rock ID Practice Metamorphic Rock ID Practice. Minerals Unit- Mineral powerpoint (What are minerals and how do we ID) Mineral Vocab Mineral ID Chart Mineral Web-quest Document. Earth Science Introduction-

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First grade Lesson Introduction to Rocks BetterLesson

For this lesson, we watch this song first to serve as the introduction to rocks which tells students there are three types of rocks. This will also give us a way to start thinking about different kinds of rocks as we examine their physical properties throughout the unit. I use the Powerpoint to show the three types of rocks. I use pictures

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Introduction & Textures & Structures of Igneous Rocks

Jan 08, 2015· Introduction to Igneous Rocks An igneous rock is any crystalline or glassy rock that forms from cooling of a magma. A magma consists mostly of liquid rock matter, but may contain crystals of various minerals, and may contain a gas phase that may be dissolved in the liquid or may be present as a separate gas phase.

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Lectures on Rock Mechanics

Lectures on Rock Mechanics • SARVESH CHANDRA Professor Department of Civil Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur KANPUR, 208016 India email: [email protected] INTRODUCTION • What is Rock Mechanics? Rock mechanics is a discipline that uses the principles of mechanics to describe the behaviour of rock of engineering scale.

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CHAPTER 4 WEATHERING.ppt Weathering Soil

INTRODUCTION. Weathering is a general term describing all changes that result from the exposure of rock materials to the atmosphere. It is one of the most important geologic processes that leads to the disintegration or decomposition of geologic deposits.

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Lecture 9 Introduction to Rock Strength David Hart

• The peak stress is the strength of the rock. It may fail catastrophically if the load frame is “soft”. Example below is for a “stiff” frame. • The compressive strength of rock is a function of the confining pressure. • As the confining pressure increases so does the strength. Goodman, Intro to Rock Mechanics

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Introduction to rocks Rocks KS3 Chemistry Revision

Introduction to rocks. Rocks are solid at room temperature. They are made of grains. that fit together. Each grain in a piece of rock is made from a mineral, which is a chemical compound. The

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Koundi, Eleni Mrs. / Earth Science Power Points

Nov 22, 2017· Andrews, Michael Dr. Athanasio, Caryn Ms. Beach, Danielle Ms. Beja, Marc Mr. Beneville, Colleen Ms. Blechschmidt, Maureen Ms. Bonn,Dennis Mr. Borland, John Mr.

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Rocks and Soils Teaching Resources

Feb 22, 2018· Lots of lessons covering the whole Rocks and Soils topic. Includes lots of hyperlinks to useful website. For these lessons you´ll just ned a selection of rocks / rock sample set. (plus some soft boiled eggs for lesson 6) P.S. works best with Office 2010. Gliches with earlier software

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KS2 Science: Rocks: Types of Rocks Year 3 Lesson Pack 1

In this lesson, KS2 students will learn about the three main types of rocks igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. Children will develop an understanding of how these three different types of rock are formed.According to the National Curriculum for Year 3, all children should be taught how to "compare different kinds of rocks based on their appearance." This Types of Rocks Year 3

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Weathering University of Washington

of rock, making it more vulnerable to further physical and chemical weathering . Surface Area and Weathering. Joints in a rock are a pathway for water they can enhance mechanical weathering Rates of weathering. PowerPoint Presentation Author: David Montgomery Created Date:

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