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Rocks

Sedimentary:
6 mark question:
The Cliffs of Dover are made from chalk which is calcium carbonate. How did the CaCO3
come to be in the rocks that make the cliff?
1. Sediments from eroded and weathered rocks settle at the bottom of the sea.
2. More sediments get deposited…

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Metamorphic:

1. Old rocks get buried deep underground
2. They end up close to the Earth's mantle
3. The heat from below and the pressure from above change the rocks
4. Igneous rocks- their crystals smooth out and become harder
5. Sedimentary rocks ­ the gaps between the sediments get…

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6. Local communities benefit from the jobs the quarry provides
7. Exporting limestone improves the economy of the country
8. Having the quarry close to the factories reduces the use of fossil fuels burnt in transporting
the raw materials
9. At the end of the project the land can be…

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