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Sentimental Rock Project
Updated: 9/1/2020
Sentimental Rock Project
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  • First is Weathering. Pieces of rock are broken down into smaller rocks by weather.
  • Layers of Sediment
  • Second is Erosion. It is the process in which material is worn away and transported by natural forces such as wind, water, ice or gravity.
  • The bottom layers are getting bigger because of all the pressure that is on them.
  • Third is Transportation. The rocks move from one location to another by transportation.
  • cement
  • Fourth is Deposition. Here, sediments are deposed in layers, with the older ones at the bottom.
  • Fifth is compaction. Here, the layers of sediment build up pressure and the lower layers increases. The layers are squeezed together and any water mixed in with the sediments is forced out.
  • pressure
  • The sixth and final one is Cemention. Here, dissolved minerals are deposited in the tiny spaces among the sediments. Cemention acts like glue keeping sedimentary rocks together.
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