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Aventine rock is formed by heat and compression whale it is a meromorphic rock. Then it goes to igneous!!!And boom you got edventurine
You can find metamorphic rock in areas that have been through glaciation and around eroded mountains. You can also find metamorphic rock in statues because metamorphic rock can be marble. Metamorphic rock is also found in places where plutonic intrusions have occurred. The best place to find metamorphic rock though, is by eroded mountains. Stick by the eroded mountains and you'll find a ton!
the olmypic mountains is a sedmetery rock. the olmypic mountains is a sedmetery rock.
Yes, there are mountains in Little Rock, AR. There is the Pinnacle Mountain. If that didn't help, I would try www.wikipedia.com, it might give you some others if there are anymore.
where would you find obsidian in the ocean or the mountains or in minecraft XD
You find coal in the rocky mountain because rock is coal
One can find a metamorphic rock in a variety of locations. Some of the places where one can find a metamorphic rock include the base of mountains and within the Earth's crust.
Mountains made of rock are simply called mountains.
You can find rocks that are sedimentary rocks which are found in mountains, rivers and near the seashores.
You can find them at the Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales (Australia).
The Rocky Mountains, notable for containing the highest peaks in central North America, are mostly metamorphic rock, although they also include a combination of sedimentary rock and igneous rock.
South Africa has a quite a lot of rock art. The Drakensberg mountains have the highest density of rock art.
Mountains can consist of igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rock types.
You can find fossils in shale and limestone.
A 'crag' is a steep, rugged mass of rock projecting upward or outward so you can find crags in mountains.
Domed mountains are mountains that are formed from magma pushing rock upwards. Folded mountains are mountains that are formed from two rock masses pushing against each other.
Volcanoes and you might find magma. (hot molten rock)
i think because rock composition
Sandstone is the rock in the mountains of Munster :')
explain why some rock formations that are commonly called mountains are not really considered to be mountains by gealogist
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