They create volcanoes which make magma/lava that turn into Igneous rocks. They pretty much start the whole rock cycle.
yes. mars does have a rock cycle, volcanoes have been found on mars. which concludes the fact that mars does have a rock cycle.
The role that energy plays in the rock cycle is magma.
when sediment falls into the sea it forms into sedimentary rock which then turns into metamorphic rock and back again it comes from the volcanoes it plays a major role in the rock cycle
when water goes and stops it
The role of erosion and deposition in the rock cycle is that erosion transports weathered material from all three types in the rock cycle , at the point of deposition where it can litify into sedimentary rock !
Solidifying lava becomes igneous rock.
Yes. Most volcanoes on Earth are associated with plate boundaries.
Volcanoes melt the rock and eventually erupt. Once it erupted the rock starts to setal and cool into a certain type of rock