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Metamorphic Rocks

What are Metamorphic Rocks Metamorphic rocks form due to the transformation of preexisting rocks in response to environmental changes such as heat, high pressure, and mechanical stress. The parent rock can be sedimentary, igneous, or even a diffe

Sedimentary Rocks

What are Sedimentary Rocks Along with igneous rocks and metamorphic rocks, sedimentary rocks are one of the principal rock types found on Earth. They form when weathered rock particles are subjected to extreme heat and pressure. The formation of

Igneous Rocks

The igneous rocks are one of the three main types of rock found on earth; the others are sedimentary rock and metamorphic rock.  They are the hardest and heaviest rock on earth. They are also called the ‘new’ rocks or magmatic rocks. Someti

Biogeochemical Cycles

The term biogeochemical is derived from ‘bio’ meaning ‘biosphere’, ‘geo’ meaning ‘the geological components’, and ‘chemical,’ meaning the elements move through a cycle. Energy flows directionally through the ecosystem, enterin

Physics