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Review 11/02/2008 00:34:00 Big picture: Age + Size “Layers” Plate Boundaries Continents & Oceans Minerals Definition Isotopes Common Minerals o Silicates (dark / light) carbonates, evaporates Igneous Rock Texture Composition Magma – Viscosity Volcanoes  Eruptive Style          Hazards Landforms                Recurrence Interval Metamorphic Grade T & P 
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Unformatted text preview: • “Agents” Heat, pressure, fluids • Texture • Differential stress creating foliation ← Sedimentary • Erosion + Sedimentation • Transport Power o Related to grain size • Types: o Clastic (made of particles) o Chemical : Inorganic or biogenic…minerals that dissolve out of water… salt (evaporates) 11/02/2008 00:34:00 ← 11/02/2008 00:34:00 ←...
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  • Geology, Basalt, Recurrence Interval Metamorphic

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