There is a sedimentary, metamorphic and a igneous rock deep the Earth. They are completely melted into magma. They are then pushed to the surface where they cool and harden into rock. What rock is it now?
An igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock is almost melted down under the Earth. They change into another rock from the heat and pressure. What rock is it now?
A metamorphic rock is in a river and the water keeps hitting it hard and the rock starts to break. The piece sinks and glues to other rocks from the pressure on them. What type of rock is it now?
What is a sediment?
What is the action of the sediments glueing together and becoming a sedimentary rock?
What is magma?
What is lava?
How are lava and magma alike?
The ______ drives the wind cycle and the weather which help with weathering and erosion. Fill in the blank
Water, gravity or wind move rock from one place to another. What is this called?
What brings rock to the surface?
Fill in the blank. ______ pulls rocks toward the Earth’s core where they melt or get compacted together.
How does the Earth's interior drive the rock cycle?
What does subduction mean?
What is the process of settling or being deposited as a sediment?
What causes sediments to be formed?
The crust, the mantle, the outer core and the inner core make up what part of the Earth?