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Class Notes for GEOL 104 at Texas A&M University (TAMU)

TAMUGEOL 104Frederick Michael ChesterFall

GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Metamorphic Facies, Blueschist, Metamorphism

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Many of the high-grade metamorphic rocks originated as fine-grained siliciclastic sediments, and thus were buried to these great depths during the moun
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TAMUGEOL 104Frederick Michael ChesterFall

GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Magma Chamber, Oceanic Crust, Intrusive Rock

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Explain the important factors that cause silicate rocks to melt and that cause melts to solidify. Use a phase diagram for peridotite to explain the two
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TAMUGEOL 104Frederick Michael ChesterFall

GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Metamorphism, Geothermal Gradient, Phyllite

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7 Jan 2018
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6. 1) complete the metamorphism phase-space plot by labeling the metamorphic facies, and then use this plot to assist you in answering the following qu
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TAMUGEOL 104Frederick Michael ChesterFall

GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Siliciclastic, Phosphorite, Dolostone

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7 Jan 2018
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Weathering breaks down rock into the particles that compose siliciclastic sediments and the dissolved ions and molecules that are precipitated to form
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TAMUGEOL 104Frederick Michael ChesterFall

GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Igneous Rock, Brazos River, Igneous Differentiation

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7 Jan 2018
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Igneous rocks can be divided into two broad textural classes: coarse-grained rocks, which are intrusive and therefore cooled slowly; and fine- grained
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