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Question Answer
What is a plateau? A large, nearly level area of land that has been uplifted or elevated above the surrounding area.
What is a rock column? A sequence of rocks that can be seen at six national parks
What is a formation? A rock layer composed of more than one kind of rock, but the rocks can be recognized from one place to another
What is differential erosion? Landforms shaped like steps or cliffs and slopes are formed with this process. Weaker rocks get eroded away and the harder more durable rocks stay, leaving behind knobs and cliffs in the process.
Is the Colorado River on the Colorado Plateau? Yes
How does Sedimentary Rock change to a Metamorphic Rock? Pressure and chemical reaction
How does a Metamorphic Rock change to a Igneous Rock? Melting and solidification
Is the Green River on the Colorado Plateau? Yes
Is the Mississippi River on the Colorado Plateau? No
How does granite turn into sand? Weathering and erosion
How does Igneous rock change into Sedimentary rock? Weathering and erosion
What are the two rocks that are Sedimentary in the rock cycle picture? Sandstone and Limestone
What are the two rocks that are Metamorphic in the rock cycle picture? Marble and Gneiss
What are the two rocks that are Igneous in the rock cycle picture? Granite and Basalt
Can a Igneous rock change into a different Igneous rock? Yes
What are the three main types of rocks found in the Colorado Plateau? Sandstone, Limestone and Shale
What does the magma act like in the rock cycle picture? Heat
What comes first, the sand or the granite when it comes to erosion and the rock cycle? Sand
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