Metamorphic Rocks

Metamorphic Rocks

Metamorphic Rocks, Schists, GNEISS, QUARTZITE, MARBLE METAMORHISM The term "metamorphism" is used to describe the process. That results in all ...
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LIMESTONE

LIMESTONE, DOLOMITE, Coals and Coal Types

LIMESTONE LIMESTONE Definition These are the most prevalent sedimentary rocks from the non-clastic group, and they are primarily made of ...
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Sedimentary Rocks

Explain Sedimentary Rocks in Brief

Explain Sedimentary Rocks in Brief Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary rocks are created from previously existing rocks or fragments of extinct organisms ...
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IGNEOUS ROCKS

IGNEOUS ROCKS

Magma, Volcanic rocks, IGNEOUS ROCKS, Plutonic Rocks, Hypabyssal Rocks IGNEOUS ROCKS Igneous rocks are those that have developed from a ...
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attrition

Cavitation, abrasion, attrition, corrosion, and hydraulic action

Cavitation, abrasion, attrition, corrosion, and hydraulic action Cavitation: Running water performs a distinct and uncommon type of hydraulic action. It ...
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Wind erosion

Geological work of wind

Geological work of wind- Wind erosion, Deflation, Abrasion, Transportation by wind, Sand dunes, Barchans, Transverse Dunes, Longitudinal dunes Geological work ...
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Crust

Notes on the Stratosphere, Atmosphere, Mantle, Core and Crust

Notes on the Stratosphere, Atmosphere, Mantle, Core and Crust According to Mohorovicic, seismographs were primarily used to measure the seismic ...
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HORNBLENDE

HORNBLENDE, QUARTZ, FELSPAR, PYROXENES, AMIPHOBLE, MICA GROUP

QUARTZ GROUP, HORNBLENDE, QUARTZ, FELSPAR, PYROXENES, AMIPHOBLE, MICA GROUP QUARTZ GROUP After feldspar, quartz is the mineral that is most ...
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Monoclinic System

Monoclinic System

Monoclinic System Monoclinic System The monoclinic system includes all forms that can be classified as belonging to three fundamentally unequal ...
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