Rock Cycle

Rock Cycle

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  • Hello, and welcome to Rock Cycle 101 where you'll learn about the Rock Cycle! Let's get rocking! *badum tsss*
  • To begin, weathering is the breaking down of rocks into sediments. After they've been broken down, other forces carry them away.
  • Meanwhile...
  • Erosion also occurs; there rocks are worn down by rain and winds, forming sediment. Sediment gets compacted and buried to make sedimentary rock.
  • Thank you for taking Rock Cycle 101! I hope you were informed with SOLID information!
  • Then add a little heat and pressure, and you get Metamorphic Rock! When it melts, and then cools down igneous rock forms.
  • Under the surface! UPLIFT! Igneous rock is pushed up to form mountains.
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