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Contemporary Seasons

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S: Seasons of Change

FC: of change | rocks and minerals | By : Brittany Horsham &&\ Tiffani Mccurry

1: A Year in Review | igneous rock | how is it formed: from heat or fire 2. how can itbe transformed? temp pressure \erosion melting and cooling | examples :

2: fling | sedimentary rock | how is it formed : when sediment deposits are compressed how it can be transformed : I(melting/cooling M(temppressure) | example: sandstone(: ----->

3: The more you laugh the longer you live

4: Spring is Here | Metamorphic ROCK | how it is formed : pressure extreme heat and chemical processes how it can be transformed : S(erosion) I(melting)

5: example:

6: is in the air... | silicate minerals | chemical composition and structure of the mineral: silicate - mineral that contains a combination of silican and oxygen that may also contain more metals | major characteristics and special features : The [silicon-oxygen] structure is so rigid... that it decides the crystal form.

8: non - silicate minerals | chemical composition and structure of the mineral : doesn't contain compounds of silicon and oxygen

9: "I hope you always have a shell in your pocket...and sand in your shoes."

10: solidification : | how it occurs : by the formation of chemical bonds between neighboring atoms or molecules. | example: Like getting water and putting it into a freezer it is a good example because it turns liquid into solid .

11: Day at the Beach

12: precipitation | Precipitation occurs when the water vapors in the air get cold enough to condense together.=you cannot grow precipitation | example : when your hair gets frizzy. moist in the air . && after it rains .

13: Lasting Memories...

14: "An open home, an open heart, here grows a bountiful harvest." - Judy Hand | solid state | when a substance changes from one state or phase or matter to another we say that it has undergone a state of change | these occur with a change of heat heat which is energy comes into the material during a change if phase

16: CREDIT && references . | page 1. igneous page 2. sedimentary page 3 . metamorphic page4 silicate page 5 . non silicate page 6 . solidification page 7: precipitation page8 :solidstate

17: The more you laugh, the longer you live. | www.google.cm images . www.rocks.com www.minerals.com www.geology 110.com | THE END .

18: These Are The Moments I Live For

21: 2011

22: Warm & Cozy

23: wonderland | Dashing Through the Snow

25: Home is where there's someone to love, and someone to love us.

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