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how the rock cycle works
Hi, I'm rockaford! Come join me as I take you on a journey through the rock cycle.
WoW! Did you see that explosion?!
I think we might fall into the ocean!
Hold on tight! It about be a wild ride!
Lets head over to the volcano!
It's dark down here.
How long are we going to be down here?
We begin are journey in the chambers of a volcano. As a liquid form called magma or lava. When the volcano explodes the magma flows out. As I begin to cool and harden I become and igneous rock.
Ouch! This hurts. I'm not comfortable. How long do I have to be down here?
Now I go through the first step of becoming a sedimentary rock, weathering. Weathering is when you get broken down into smaller pieces by wind, water, ice, or gravity.
We made it! It only took jdl but now were sedimentary rocks.
It's about time! Hey is it hot in here?
The rocks have now become sediments and are beginning the next stage in the rock cycle.
I've been down here for 78,000 days.
Smaller pieces of sediment are pressed together in a processed called compaction to form sedimentary rocks.
Better get use to it. I think we'll be here for awhile.
Now it time to become a metamorphic rock. Rockaford and friend will need to under go extreme heat and pressure.
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