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Earth Science Review

Teacher: John Boggs
Sedimentary rock formed from clay that settled at the bottom of a shallow sea
Molten rock beneath the earth's crust
The scale that rates how hard a mineral is from 1 to 10
The dropping of sediments in a new location by wind, water, or ice
Soil forms in distinct layers known as:
The building up of layers of sediment over millions of years
Soil type with the largest particle size
The way a mineral breaks
The movement of sediments to a new location
Shale turns into this metamorphic rock
Cools slowly underground and forms large crystals
The process by which any kind of rock is turned into a metamorphic rock
Sedimentary rock formed from larger pebbles being deposited in a river environment
The breaking down of sediments
Sedimentary rock formed from the hardened shells and skeletons of animals in an ancient ocean
Soil type with the smallest particle size
Type of rock that is formed from weathered particles of other rocks
Granite turns into this metamorphic rock under extreme heat and pressure
Property of minerals based on how difficult it is to scratch
The dust a mineral leaves behind on a white or black tile
Type of rock formed from cooling and hardening of magma or lava
Cools quickly on earth's surface and forms small crystals
How a mineral reflects light
Molten rock that reaches the earth's surface at a volcano
The O-Horizon in a soil profile. Contains organic matter such as dead leaves and other plant material