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    Vurr

    6 years ago

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    Observe how sediments are deposited.
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    Mizilkree

    6 years ago

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    SEDIMENT GRAINSIZE, SORTING AND ROUNDING From the preceding section on sediment erosion and transport, we can derive the following parameters: (a) Grain size of sediment – this is the diameter in mm of the particles i.e. the grains that make up the rock. This can vary from less than 1 mm to mm or more.
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    Kazralkis

    6 years ago

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    Turn in your answer sheet with your answers at the end of lab. We will be outside for part of the lab, bring grain gear if the weather is inclement.
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    Zuk

    6 years ago

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    6 years ago

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    Tunos

    6 years ago

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    Formation of Sedimentary Rocks. Weathering and Erosion. Whenever rock is exposed at Earth’s surface, it is continuously being broken down by weathering. Sediments: small pieces of rock that are moved and deposited by water, wind, glaciers, and gravity. When sediments become “glued” together, they form sedimentary rocks.
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    Daijinn

    6 years ago

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    Metamorphic rocks, the third major rock type, are the subject of the next chapter. You saw in chapter 5 how weathering produces sediment. In this chapter, we explain more about sediment origin, as well as the erosion, transportation, sorting, deposition, and eventual lithification of sediments to .
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    Samurn

    6 years ago

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    Chapter 7 – Sediment and Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Sediment- comes from preexisting rocks; loose aggregate of solids o Detrital sediment – derived by weathering o Chemical sediment – precipitated or bio mineralization Sedimentary rock o Thin layer, barely 5% of the Earth’s crust o 75% of exposed rocks on earth Importance of Sediments Coal, oil, natural gas, iron, aluminum.