Rock Cycle

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Rock Cycle

Igneous Rock

Metamorphic Rock

What is the rock cycle?- It's the changes that occur from weathering, cooling, melting, heat and pressure, cementation or erosion of the Earth which causes the rocks to become the different forms of one another.

Rocks and Minerals

Sedimentary Rock

Rock Cycle!

Vocabulary! - Weathering: changing the look or texture of a rock by long openess in the air- Cooling: to become less hot- Melting: to go from a solid to a liquid state- Heat and Pressure: rising temperature (hot)/rising force being used against another object-Cementation: binding together of substances- Erosion: the wearing down by wind, water and other causes of nature


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