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OCEANOGRAPHY
OCEANOGRAPHY. Branches of Oceanography. Physical Oceanography - study of the motions of seawater, particularly waves currents and tidal motion. ...
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Mineral Identification Exercise
Pough, Frederick, 1998; A Field Guide to Rocks and Minerals (Peterson Field ... Approximately 3000 minerals exist in nature. How do we identify them? ...
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Classification of Igneous Rocks
The classification of igneous rocks has been the subject of frequent debate and ... However, owing to the aphanitic texture of volcanic rocks, their modes ...
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Igneous Rock Identification Exercise
A good way to get a closer look at the common igneous rocks ... or glassy for their mineral composition to be observed without the use of a microscope. ...
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Classification of Igneous Rocks
The International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) Subcommission on the Systematics of Igneous Rocks in 1973 suggested the use of the modal composition ...
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Igneous Rock Identification Exercise
Igneous rocks are crystalline or glassy rocks formed by the cooling and solidification of molten magma. Igneous rocks comprise one of the three principal ...
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Classification of Igneous Rocks
The classification of igneous rocks has been the subject of frequent debate and voluminous literature. Over the past decade, most geologists have accepted ...
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The Minerals of Igneous Rocks
Amphibole is very commom in diorite, less so in granite or gabbro. ... Olivine is common only in ultramafic igneous rocks like dunite and peridotite. ...
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Igneous Rock Identification Exercise
A good way to get a closer look at the common igneous rocks ... Igneous rocks are crystalline or glassy rocks formed by the cooling and solidification of ...
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Igneous Rock Textures
Glassy textured igneous rocks are non-crystalline meaning the rock contains no mineral grains. ... Pure volcanic glass is known as obsidian (see photo). ...
 
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