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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_cycle

The rock cycle is a basic concept in geology that describes the time-consuming transitions through geologic time among the three main rock types: sedimentary,  ...

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A metamorphic rock can become an igneous rock, or a sedimentary rock can ... These rocks change over hundreds of years in the six steps of the rock cycle:.

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Mar 11, 2016 ... The rock cycle is an essential geological model that depicts the unique changes that rock undergoes during a set time period. The three major ...

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The rock cycle is the ongoing process of the continually changing states of earth minerals. Much like the water cycle, which consists of the way water changes to ...

kidsgeo.com/geology-for-kids/0025B-rock-cycle.php

The Rock Cycle Written for the KidsKnowIt Network by: Brandon Guymon. There are three main types of rocks: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. Each of ...

www.oum.ox.ac.uk/thezone/rocks/cycle/stage0.htm

I am your guide on the tour of the rock cycle. Start the tour by going back to the cycle and clicking on Weathering - the first stage on my journey. Start the tour.

www.ck12.org/earth-science/Rocks-and-Processes-of-the-Rock-Cycle/lesson/Rocks-and-Processes-of-the-Rock-Cycle-HS-ES

Feb 24, 2012 ... Presents the three major rock types and the rock cycle.

imnh.isu.edu/digitalatlas/geo/basics/diagrams.htm

Like most Earth materials, rocks are created and destroyed in cycles. The rock cycle is a model that describes the formation, breakdown, and reformation of a ...

scienceviews.com/geology/rocks.html

Rocks are all around us. They make up the backbones of hills and mountains and the foundations of plains and valleys. Beneath the soil you walk on and the ...

www.mineralogy4kids.org/rock-cycle/metamorphic-rocks

Any rock (igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic) can become a metamorphic rock. ... If melting occurs, magma is formed, starting the rock cycle all over again.