6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- intrusions that run in the same direction as the strata
- when a single layer of rock is less than 1 centimeter
- the process by which sediments and rock fragments are carried away by wind or rain
- "veins" of igneous rock that shoot right through several layers of sedimentary rock
- rock that has undergone extreme change due to lots of heat and pressure.
- rock formed from molten rock, which is usually called magna.
5 True/False questions
catastrophism → the view that most of earth's geological features are the result of large-scale catastrophes such as floods, volcanic eruptions, etc.
nonconformity → a surface of erosion that separates one layer of rock from another
humus → intrusions that run in the same direction as the strata
unconformity → when stratified layers rest on top of unstratified layers
weathering → the process by which rocks are broken down by the forces of nature