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sedlwilliams - cemented together Pebbles, sand, silt, or...

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Layers of the Earth Skin of the peach is the crust Meat of the peach is the mantle Pit of the peach is the core
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Layers of the EARTH CRUST 5 to 25 miles thick and up to 1,600 F MANTLE 1,800 miles thick and up to 8,000 F OUTER CORE 1,400 miles thick and up to 11,000 F INNER CORE 800 miles thick and up to 13,000 F
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TYPES OF ROCKS Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic
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IGNEOUS ROCKS Formed from molten material including volcanic lava, ash, or bombs as well as magma below Earth’s surface
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TYPES OF IGNEOUS ROCKS GRANITE BASALT
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SEDIMENTARY ROCKS Made of layers that have been pressed or
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Unformatted text preview: cemented together Pebbles, sand, silt, or clay are sediments Shells and bones can also be sediments TYPES OF SEDIMENTARY ROCKS SHALE LIMESTONE COAL METAMORPHIC ROCKS Rocks that are changed by intense heat and pressure while inside Earths surface Igneous, sedimentary, and even metamorphic rocks can be changed into different metamorphic rocks TYPES OF METAMORPHIC ROCKS SLATE MARBLE ROCK CYCLE The rock cycle is a never-ending process of rocks forming, weathering, and changing into other rocks ROCK CYCLE...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 302 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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