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Rock Cycle

Melanie Kinsey

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1.process by which sediment build up presses down on sediment below, squeezing out all the air and water
4.Containing or relating to a group of dark-colored minerals and occurs in igneous rocks
6.molten rock below the surface of the Earth
7.A gentle sheen or soft glow
8.a metamorphic rock that has layers
10.remaining heat that can still be used
15.gradual wearing away of the Earth's surface
16.process by which sand and sediment eventually settles to the bottom of the sea
17.solid materials in nature
18.igneous rocks that cooled underground
20.convert into stone or a stony substance.
21.part of the energy in a substance that can be released by a chemical reaction
22.Radiant energy emitted by the sun
23.Spontaneous disintegration of a radionuclide accompanied by the emission of ionizing radiation in the form of alpha
2.process by which sedimentary rock is formed from sediments being glued together by mineral deposits
3.breaking up into separate portions
5.consists of feldspars, feldspathoids, quartz, and other light-colored minerals
9.rock formed from magma that has cooled and hardened
11.igneous rocks that cooled above ground
12.rock formed from fragments of other rocks
13.solid mineral material forming part of the surface of the earth and other planets
14.They are under tons and tons of pressure, heat builds up, and that causes them to change
19.the effect of water, temperature, and wind on the landscape

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