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Lab 1 Identify sedimentary rocks Grain size : Remember – the name of the rock is often named for the size of the grains Ex. Sandstone – sand sized grains Ex. Siltstone – silt sized grains Gravel >2 mm Can be seen with the naked eye Sand <2 mm >1/8 mm Can be seen with the naked eye Silt <1/8 mm >1/256 mm Can be seen with a hand lens Clay <1/256 mm Cannot be seen without a microscope
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Lab 1 Identify sedimentary rocks Minerals Limestone is made entirely of calcite and often has shell fossils – calcite reacts with acid However, remember, rocks other than limestone can also have calcite in them and will also react with acid …
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Lab 2 Depositional Environments shift from a rise in sea level/fall in sea level
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Lab 2 Quiz 1. T/F - Calcite is found in limestone and it reacts with acid 2. T /F – Depositional Environments are where sedimentary rocks may form 3. If rocks are found in a vertical sequence (on top of each other) then the depositional environments must have been a. Far away from each other
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course EES 106 taught by Professor Staceyhundley during the Winter '11 term at Wright State.

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