Disharmonic folds in gneiss. Gneiss is a common and widely distributed type of rock formed by high-grade regional metamorphic processes from pre-existing formations that were originally either igneous or sedimentary rocks.
This product is guided notes/data collection chart/conclusion questions all in one! Students review how metamorphic rocks form and how to tell a foliated rock from a non-foliated rock. Students then look at samples of metamorphic rocks and identify them as either foliated or non-foliated. #TpT #teacherspayteachers #middleschool #science #education #geology #metamorphicrocks #sciencelessons #LLLab
Complete bundle of PowerPoints and worksheets for students to learn about igneous (extrusive and intrusive), sedimentary (clastic, chemical, and biochemical), and metamorphic (foliated and non-foliated) rocks. Worksheets include a section for notes, and a data collection chart and conclusion questions for hands-on activities identifying rock samples. #TpT #teacherspayteachers #geology #middleschool #education #earthscience #LLLab
Schist: Metamorphic Rock - Pictures, Definition & More
Exposed foliated rock in Placitas Aureole. Measurements were taken of the trough jutting out in the center of the photo. Strike-and-dip of the axial plane is 029, 66 E and the trend-and-plunge is 50-->054. September 12, 2016
Foliated rock in the Placitas Aureole. The pencil in the picture is pointing in the direction of the lineation that I measured. The measurement was 39-->185. This is a small-scale fold about 10-12 cm wide. It is made of mix of quartz, feldspars, and biotite. September 12, 2016
Foliated rock plane in Placitas Aureole with strike-and-dip of 240, 56 S. September 12, 2016
Marabout silver jug, the body decorated with a twisted rib smooth cartridge in a foliated rock around the lid (also twisted) to support inch perforated and spout stylized shell, the finial depicting a flower, shackle blackened wood. By Jean-Guillaume Véalle, Paris 1761.