Rock cycle
Updated: 6/8/2020
Rock cycle
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  • When Intrusive Igneous is exposed weathering like rain, snow and ice it forms cracks into the rock and make sediments.
  • Sediments are small rocks that taken away by rivers and glaciers to form Sedimentary Rock this is process is called Erosion .
  • The sediments are formed into a Sedimentary Rock because they the go through compaction and lithification after thousands of years of this the sediments cementation.
  • +++ Heat
  • When Sedimentary rock is exposed to more pressure and heat it becomes Metamorphic rock.
  • +++Pressure
  • Lava
  • The lava is melting the Metamorphic rock to make Magma.
  • After the Magma is done cooling it turns into extrusive igneous rock.
  • The process of cooling.
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