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Lecture 13

GLY 1842 Lecture 13: sept 26 new topic
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GLY-1842
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Andrew Heckert

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next unittttttt rocks sept26 sedimentary rocks - rocks formed by the accumulation of particles at the earths surface - includes fragments , (clastic detrital) -also precipitates (chemical biochemical) - dinosaurs are found almost exclusively in clastic non marine sedimentary rocks - record weathering, transport, and deposition rocks can tell you - geographic location and pate tectonic -transport agent and medium -organic processes and organisms that moody sediments -climate uniformitarianism sedimentary stages of the rock cycle - weathering (breaking down pre existing rocks) -erosion (removing weathering products) -transportation (moving material) -deposition (sedimentation) -burial -diagenesis (chemical changes after burial) best / worst fossil record? ———— sedimentary rock types -clastic (detrital) resulting from
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