Orange Calcite is found in Igneous and Metamorphic rocks.
Metamorphic rocks are classified by foliation or lack there of, not sedimentary rocks. They are classified into Clastic Sedimentary, and Chemical Sedimentary.
they are classified into 3 major kinds of rocksthey are the ;IGNEOUS ROCKS,SEDIMENTARY ROCKS,AND METAMORPHIC ROCKS
sedimentary rocks can be classified by detrial, chemical ,or organic
Rocks are classified by they way they are formed. There are three main classes of rocks: igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks.
classified by weathering
Igneous rocks can be classified by their method of formation and by their mineralogy.
They are classified by their composition.
They are classified by clastic and chemical.
The two main groups metamorphic rocks are classified are foliated rocks (meaning they have "bands"), and there are non-foliated rocks.
Plutons are classified by their size, shape and relationship to surrounding rocks ~Meag
Igneous Rocks by Composition. Igneous rocks are classified according to their mineral content: Ultramafic rocks are dominated by olivine and/or pyroxene.
they are classified by how they are classified
Clastic sedimentary rocks are mainly classified into two types: a) Mechanically formed b) Organically formed Mechanically formed clastic rocks are further classified as: i) Rudaceous Rocks ii) Arenaceous Rocks iii) Argillaceous Rocks Organically formed clastic rocks are also further classified as: i) Calcarious Rocks ii) Carbonaceous Rocks
Clastic rocks are classified by the size of the rock fragments, or particles, of which they are made along with their mineralogical composition..
they are classified becaus e of there color or something elss
Intrusive features are typically classified as plutonic rocks, especially inside of a volcano. Comparatively, extrusive features are also classified as volcanic rocks.
The material comprising the rocks coal and limestone are derived from organisms. Therefore, they are classified as organic sedimentary rocks.
all different ways like type volume color density where they are found etc.
chemical rocks and organic rocks are classified by how they formed. Chemical rocks form from minerals that dissove in liquid crystalize. Organic rocks are formed when the remains of plants and animals are deposited in thick layers
Volcanic rocks are classified as extrusive igneous rocks, forming from the solidification of lava.
Mantle rock is classified as ultramafic igneous rock.
Pumice is classified as an igneous rock.
Igneous rocks are classified by either being intrusive or extrusive, then mafic or felsic then they are classified by either fine grain or course grained textures.
Rocks are non-living, so they not only can be, but must be classified as non-living things.