It changes its appearence, texture, crystal structure, and mineral content change. This is the answer according to the Georgia Earth Science book.
When rock changes into metamorphic rock, its appearance, texture, crystal structure, and mineral content change.
It melts it and turns it to magma and then it cools down then becomes a metamorphic rock
crust deeper rock
A metamorphic rock is formed.
The crystals in the rock either get larger or smaller, depending on where it formed. A rock's texture is determined by the size and shape of the crystals inside the rock.
There are foliated and non-foliated metamorphic rock
Metamorphic rock continues to heat and eventually melts and becomes igneous rocks.
it becomes a metamorphic by heat and pressure.
Metamorphic rock becomes igneous rock when it is melted, then solidifies.
If the metamorphic rock becomes hot enough it can melt.
The rock cycle is like this: sedimentary rock --> igneous rock --> metamorphic rock Erosion, heat, compression, and pressure all cause rocks to change their forms and properties to different types of rock.
Metamorphic rock can change into igneous rock by melting and resolidifying.
Metamorphic rocks becomes magma when they get heated and pressurized to an extent that they melt and change from their initial solid state and becomes molten in form.
A rock can change: * from metamorphic to igneous, sedimentary, or a higher grade metamorphic rock * from sedimentary to igneous or metamorphic rock or to a different sedimentary rock * from igneous to sedimentary or metamorphic rock.
A metamorphic rock change into a Igneous rock by melting than cooling.
Yes it can.
made with heat and pressureis formed undergroundigneous and sedimentary rocks can change into metamorphic rockoften chips into slates, sheets, and slabsgneiss is a type of metamorphic rock
heat and pressure is applied to the rock and it becomes a metamorphic rock.
Sedimentary rock undergoes heat and pressure to form metamorphic rock.
An igneous rock, just like any other rock, can be changed through metamorphic, igneous, and/or sedimentary processes. When exposed to high temp. and pressure, igneous becomes metamorphic. When re-melted, it becomes igneous again. When weathered/eroded, it becomes sedimentary.
When sedimentary rock undergoes enough heat and pressure, it becomes metamorphic rock. A classic example of this is when shale becomes slate.
Igneous rock can change into sedimentary rock or into metamorphic rock. Sedimentary rock can change into metamorphic rock or into igneous rock. Metamorphic rock can change into igneous or sedimentary rock.
What two thing's change a sedimentary rock into a metamorphic rock
Yes. If the metamorphic rock melts and re-solidifies then it becomes an igneous rock.