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Unformatted text preview: III] III" Enact will! lull! Bean! with nllutn HBI [H 111 THE Inimmmnn m: Bull: Summit? Ilnm mum. Hummus: “Nil, lg. .IJHIE 1J3. mm finlurahadmmnmudam: mummufl trauma! i 2-! fibrin-1 Snflor Than Elias: IDENTIFICATION OF ROCK. TYPES l—l—I Fleekfizzeewitheeid Flpelc: deeer‘netfizzwitheeid LIMESTCIHE OF MA'FIEILE Grejneereenretele FIDLIHIZIEEI Grejr‘netppernellteeee tightly held tegether grejr‘le Flpelc: ie epft end CI’LII’I'IIZII'y' ir‘l eelpee fitir‘ng petterr‘l I SHALE QFMUDS-TDHE Grejr‘ler‘lpt erren - Grejr‘le lavage-2| In errenged Flpelc: made of emell Flpelc: hee lerg er I in levy-ere 331‘" 'IHikE Qrejr‘le re uncle-2| pebblee in it Peleepleur Derkeelpur large eryetele er'y'etele *SAHD’S TUNE very- emell GRANITE BASALT White reels: Grey or purple reels: Silveryepleured "."er':.-' herd "."er':.-' herd end brittle fled-cry- grejr‘le FED-3k SHE-WE Spliteir‘ltethir‘leheete darkandlight hen de GUAFI‘IEITE S LATE S CHIST GHEIS S CD HG LDME HATE Sedimentary Flock Identification Chart haylight No grains brittle t crystalline feldspar No grains chert 2 crystalline lr- No grain Brittle, black Bitominus coal Plant fragments none Round, easily broken peat 4 I. Quartz, Carbon No grains size None Cheri (flint) --- None cryStamne ”one gespar -_- No gram Size None Che” cagat 7 COLOR Racks cam-e Tn many- calais. and sensefimas “TH? have minerals of dtfescntcaiarsin them. Enid-armrrack. What aalars can mu thdhitifB-especflic. STREAK 51mm: [5 the collar lel't hehhd as the rack is scratched acres: a Toucanatsoseaiym rack flaws an paper. IDs-w satt racks do this. "El 5D LUS‘I‘ER Luster deem-has haw a mineral reflects light. CLEAVAGE Cleavage describes the wayarocktendsta break. Desalina- “Hr-lather your rack. '5 a thin layer. thick layer. or chunk. Tell if It has smaath. bump-r ar snap edges. i i 8 % HARDNESS Test the: harshness by trying to scratch the makwith: . Wt‘a-gan‘ncil t apanrw * lanai! If these don‘t scratch the rack. tradr scratching ghasswithtt'uemck. CRYSTALS Crwtcfls. at grains. h a rack; can be visible or infisibfia. If you can see the cty'stals. descrbe the? st‘rape.size.andcaia|: Ass-a record it ms can sereai’buhbles. iEHHEHi E E 3 3 ii i 'a n- in :i S HHDHT IBIH'I'E'I'IIIE E-DIIL'IS. Tuuflmflmflflflu rum lawn-nil hyu inwmnumcrmnm. Ltd and Fill?! In hm pun-lad. “Ti H -"'.I‘l “my?“ I. . - :— IL'flf- I I thlflnn $38111“: Tritium:- anmlc Ash Valiant: Brand: "EH19 DEW “695W _ I: ' I I. Rocks and Minerals I Igneous Rooks- i _ '] -'-$.o.dl'h1_en;ggy Rock; | Sandstone Brenda Limestone Conglomerate Metamorphic Rocks Sedimentary Racks Sedlmenlenr reduce are fermed from eedlmen’l grains Ilene-erred hyweler. Win-d er ice- The! are always fen-nee In leg-ere, called ‘eeus' er *5e'eza‘. am: quite taken eenteln l'eeslle. Ii.‘-:-I1Il|-::-l:1ln:-:-I iJlL! 5:gm_1:-_::1_:.n-:-_- W i3 mantle up or munded m is made efeenel grains [ELDE- pebblas {:Emm} cemented tugging". may Emm1eemenleu1egefl1er. It Is farmed l'lern are 'lm'm-ad Tram 53-11QO dfiflflfi mm by sediment deposited hr rivers. the see. er by faeH‘lewing r'hrere er hywevee en beeches. “1:“‘323. 5'3 111E” FIFE many WES ET B I'IE'. F.1IJ-::l.=_'.I:-:_'rnr'_'- l lrrH—l:—'.1l:-rL-:-: H. II_I!|1.51|l-. Hflfljflflfl is made up affine-grained (133' _ _ J _ - parllcles {‘Uflfi-fl'lm} eempreseedlegefl-len W I3 ITIEEIE 'I-II!l efeelnum crewman- Hudetenee 1'an where day has eeflled eut [lines with acid}. Tl'lils rl'lal:r be EI'IE'II _ In calm waner -1nlake5_lageen5, er deep “DMEME- ]'|'||J”=|. EH“ small, I'fllll'ld fiflllfl'lfl mat see. Flelqr mudetene ie eelled shale. 1'43"" tn WINE-3| lane-ens. CHE-1MB H SID-fl white limeetene made frem me mlemseepie skeletons el' marine mailman. Whlte Gray. Phlk: black rmmrrnls [are whflefblad: “WEED ":53"? Imam—r" "m fiE—afi— fiafi: “*5qu W =53“ III!!!“ =.-'_-.=.=1'.1:r=:' .'." '- Nan—malafllc minerals, mostly light In color (glassy. paarly Dr dull luster) Crystal collar! shape: I untnr Fl h umbunr Vnrlana. Irma u Inr glassy 2‘7 quL $332: V5123? 3.5 mm. 1 n Colorl an. Imam” p‘i'i’r'fiflfi'u 2 .9 arm. 4 Gallon an 222: Flunrlto fixing Vfiiaa. 3.2 qrmL Gmum “$3333? gflfiflm 2.3 mm. H Elite Cu blu V3323. Knul lnltn lnugulnr V3233“. 7 T8": Irmnular 2.? grmL Fluc- Danllly Streak In acid? Colon an YDI Golofl an Colon III g an Inn? wmfl‘fllfll. HI “QM. MINI”. COLLECTION 0F SEDEHENTARY [HICKS writhnmzflflfl1iflhrflh:hfllhflflfll hhhhhhhhh II III”: I ...
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