Presentation Summary : More about sedimentary rocks Metamorphic Rocks “Foliated” rocks contain much mica and other rocks that produce layering or banding Non-foliated metamorphic ...
Source : http://www.earth2class.org/er/students/Rocks.ppt
Presentation Summary : A rock is a naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, or organic matter Rocks are classified by how they are formed, their composition, ...
Source : http://www.middleschoolscience.com/Types-of-Rocks.ppt
Presentation Summary : Rocks Chapter 4 Classifying Rocks Mineral Composition - Look with a magnifying glass to determine the mineral that makes up the rock Color - Light or dark color, glassy?
Source : http://klss.cksd.wednet.edu/teachers/kiess/Rocks%20Chapter%204%20New%20Book.ppt
Presentation Summary : Rocks are a mixture of one or more minerals, glass, or organic material that makes up the Earth’s surface. When studying a rock sample, geologists observe the rock ...
Source : http://sherwood.ebrschools.org/eduWEB2/1000129/ashleyspiers/docs/rocks_power_point.ppt
Presentation Summary : Rocks Rocks There are 3 types of rocks. Igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary. Some rocks have air bubbles because of the way they are formed. Rocks such as Millstone ...
Source : http://www.worldofteaching.com/powerpoints/chemistry/Rocks%20year%2010.ppt
Presentation Summary : Facts about rocks. Main types. Sedimentary. Metamorphic . Igneous. Where they’re found. Lakes and rivers. Underground . Near lava flows, ocean floor
Source : http://marthaann.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/rocks.pptx
Presentation Summary : Robin Miller Third Grade Georgia performance Standards Rock vs. Mineral Three Types of rocks Sedimentary rocks Metamorphic rocks Igneous rocks How do rocks form?
Source : http://www.kennesaw.edu/prism/A_Technology/Miller%20Robin/ECE%208814-Rocks%20and%20Minerals.ppt
Presentation Summary : ROCKS Ms. McDonald’s 3rd Grade Gypsum Allison Vessell Description White Gray Where is it found? Brazil Jamaica England Ireland Oklahoma Uses Wallboard Plaster of ...
Source : http://www.coweta.k12.ga.us/mes/3rd%20Grade%20power%20Points/McDonald%20ROCKS.ppt
Presentation Summary : Igneous Review Marble demo, rock specimens, Petrographic Microscope, Olivine Porphyry or Gabbro Trays of mafic and felsic minerals Characteristics of magma Igneous ...
Source : http://www.kean.edu/~csmart/Petrology/Lectures/3%20Review%20Igneous%20Basics.ppt
Presentation Summary : Changes Written in Stone Where do we find rocks? Volcanoes Mountains Streams Beaches Oceans EVERYWHERE! Rocks can be . . . Hard Soft Shiny Dull Smooth Rough One color ...
Source : http://www.pasadenaisd.org/teachertoolbox/PPts/Changes%20written%20in%20stone.pps
Presentation Summary : Key Concepts. What are the three major groups of rocks? How do igneous rocks form? How are sedimentary rocks classified? How do metamorphic rocks form?
Source : http://www.rockwellscience.com/school/science/earthinterior/Section%2022.3%20Rocks%20and%20the%20Rock%20Cycle.pptx
Presentation Summary : Fluid and Fire: Igneous Rocks Igneous rocks are classified according to their composition and texture. Composition refers to the minerals of which rocks are formed.
Source : http://www.wesleyan.edu/ees/JCV/mineralogy/Igneous%20Rocks.ppt
Presentation Summary : Minerals and Rocks Dr. Michael J. Passow Earth2Class Originally presented 28 Oct 2000 Mineral and rocks are … Key concepts in any Earth Science program Part of the ...
Source : http://www.earth2class.org/k12/w2_f2000/Minerals%20and%20Rocks.ppt
Presentation Summary : Sedimentary Rocks Dr. R. B. Schultz Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary rocks are those that represent the material record of environments in the form of rock layers or ...
Source : http://www.elmhurst.edu/~richs/EC/102/Lectures/Sedimentary.ppt
Presentation Summary : Rocks Metamorphic Grade - Degree to Which the Rock Has Changed Can Often See Original Bedding Can Sometimes Even See Deformed Fossils At High Grades, Rocks Can Often ...
Source : http://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs/EarthSC102PowerPoint/102Rocks.ppt
Presentation Summary : Types of Rocks There are three main types of rocks: Igneous - formed when molten rock cools. Sedimentary – formed by the “cementing together” of small grains of ...
Source : http://www.worldofteaching.com/powerpoints/chemistry/types%20of%20rock.ppt
Presentation Summary : Metamorphic Rocks Rocks & Minerals Notes: Page 10 How are metamorphic rocks formed? MELTING DOES NOT OCCUR! What is the difference between Regional and Contact ...
Source : http://www.learnearthscience.com/pages/For_Teachers/Unit%20Notes/rocksandminerals/metamorphicrocks.ppt
Presentation Summary : Igneous Rocks Dr. R. B. Schultz Igneous Rocks Igneous rocks form from molten rock (magma) crystallizing below earth's surface or from volcanic activity.
Source : http://www.elmhurst.edu/~richs/EC/102/Lectures/Igneous.ppt
Presentation Summary : SEDIMENTARY ROCKS Sedimentary rocks are comprised of materials derived from previously existing rocks by weathering and erosion, and transported as solid particles or ...
Source : http://maps.unomaha.edu/GFE/env%20materials/SED%20Presentation%20folder/sedimentary
Presentation Summary : Metamorphic Rocks What is metamorphic? These rocks were at one time either sedimentary or igneous. (The parent rocks) A change must occur to be classified as metamorphic.
Source : http://www.wjmouat.com/Teachers/CLoewen/geology12/unit%205/Metamorphic%20Rocks.ppt
Presentation Summary : Sedimentary Rocks Answer in your Journal: What is a Sedimentary Rock? How does a sedimentary rock form? “sedimentum” Latin for “to settle” What does this mean?
Source : http://www.mtbaker.wednet.edu/mbhs/science/geophysics/Sedimentary%20Rocks%20Lecture.ppt
Presentation Summary : Metamorphic Rocks How a little bit of heat & pressure transform rocks! What is a metamorphic rock? The term "metamorphic" means "to change form."
Source : http://thesciencequeen.net/Metamorphic%20RocksPPT.ppt
Presentation Summary : ROCKS AND MINERALS! Beth Carter, White Knoll Elementary Lexington School District One Minerals! A solid object that was formed in nature, and has never been alive.
Source : http://www.lexington1.net/technology/instruct/lessons/elementary/bcminerals/bcminerals.ppt