Rock Cycle

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  • It all began like this...
  • What's up scoria?
  • Hey granite!
  • ...then...
  • OH NO! THE WIND AND WATER IS TAKING PARTS OF ME AWAY!
  • Mmm... I look good as sedimentary rock
  • Finally...
  • HEY! I'm back to where I started! YAY!
  • I look "gneiss!"
  • Deep under the crust of the earth, magma heated and cooled and some of that magma spilled onto the crust as lava from a volcano. This lava and magma cooled and solidified creating certain types of igneous rock, such as intrusive or extrusive.
  • As time passed along, these beautiful rocks soon began to weather away in the wind, ice, and water and began to transform into a new form of rock as their minerals compacted.
  • As heat, pressure, and time takes effect on sedimentary rock, it creates metamorphic rock. After a long time, the metamorphic rock once again subducts under the crust to melt into magma, which restarts the entire process.
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