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Rock Cycle
Updated: 10/3/2018
Rock Cycle
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Look! A volcano!
  • The radar tells me it will errupt any time soon. We must leave to the helicopter.
  • The Rock Cycle
  • We're close!
  • The Rock Cycle
  • What will we do now?
  • Okay. We do need to look to see how much it takes for the rock cycle.
  • Yes. First is the volcanic activity.
  • We'll wait at a distance. The radar says it wont be long until it ends.
  • The characters, Zoe and Brian, have found a volcano. They must leave immediately for there lives are endagered.
  • The Rock Cycle
  • Exactly, next the lava becomes rock and weathering and erosion then occurs.
  • They are going to the helicopter for cover.
  • The Rock Cycle
  • Zoe and Brian star to begin reviewing the rock cycle.
  • The Rock Cycle
  • Ready to start recording?
  • I'm ready! 
  • They are here because they are going to document the process. These is important for their university study group.
  • Finally everything melts down and the cycle begins again!
  • The radar says the volcanic phase ended. Lets grab our cameras and go.
  • Then decomposition and following it heat and pressure.
  • They come out of the helicopter to go and start recording.
  • They locate a pile of rocks just recently hardened. They start recording it.
  • Okay. Then 3,2,1... Action.
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