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CLASSIFICATION
OF ROCKS
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Classify rocks into igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
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GemsMinerals
ROCKS
• any naturally occurring solid mass or aggregate of minerals
or mineraloid matter.
• categorized by the minerals included, its chemical
composition and the way in which it is formed.
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Kapurpurawan Rock Formation Stonehenge in England A Boulder
4
Nakabuang Arc, Sabtang Island, Batanes
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Kapurpurawan Rock Formations, Burgos,
Ilocos Norte
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Classification of Rocks

  • 1. CLASSIFICATION OF ROCKS 1 Classify rocks into igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
  • 3. ROCKS • any naturally occurring solid mass or aggregate of minerals or mineraloid matter. • categorized by the minerals included, its chemical composition and the way in which it is formed. 3 Kapurpurawan Rock Formation Stonehenge in England A Boulder
  • 4. 4 Nakabuang Arc, Sabtang Island, Batanes
  • 5. 5 Kapurpurawan Rock Formations, Burgos, Ilocos Norte
  • 6. 6
  • 7. 7
  • 8. 8 Zaragosa Rock Formation (Surigao, Mindanao)
  • 9. 3 Main Categories of Rocks 9 IGNEOUS SEDIMENTARY METAMORPHIC “ignis” – fire Sediment – materials deposited by water, wind and/or glaciers “meta” – change “morph” - form
  • 11. 11ROCK CYCLE The transformational processes that change rocks from one kind to another.
  • 12. 12
  • 13. 13IGNEOUS ROCKS • from a Latin word “ignis” which means fire. • The parent material of igneous rocks is usually magma (a molten material from deep within the earth that cools and hardens).
  • 14. 14IGNEOUS ROCKS 1) Fine-grained Igneous rock (“Aphanitic”) - has smaller crystal due to the faster rate of cooling of the magma. 2) Coarse-grained Igneous Rock (“Phaneritic”) - has larger crystal due to the slower rate of cooling of the magma. Types based on Texture:
  • 15. 15IGNEOUS ROCKS Types based on Texture: Fine-grained Igneous rock (“Aphanitic”) Coarse-grained Igneous Rock (“Phaneritic”)
  • 16. 16IGNEOUS ROCKS 1) Mafic – are magmas associated with crystal spreading. 2) Felsic – are magmas associated with crystal compression. Types based on Composition:
  • 17. 17IGNEOUS ROCKS 1) INTRUSIVE IGNEOUS ROCKS ✓ cool slowly ✓ forms coarse grained rock ✓ presence of crystal growth 2) EXTRUSIVE IGNEOUS ROCKS ✓ cool quickly ✓ forms fine-grained rock ✓ lack of crystal growth General Types:
  • 19. 19IGNEOUS ROCKS Examples of Igneous Intrusive or Plutonic Igneous Rocks: Granite Gabbro Diorite
  • 20. 20IGNEOUS ROCKS Examples of Igneous Extrusive or Volcanic Igneous Basalt Obsidian Pumice
  • 21. 21SEDIMENTARY ROCKS • formed by the compaction and cementing together of sediments (broken pieces of rock-like gravel, sand, silt, or clay)
  • 22. 22SEDIMENTARY ROCKS Importance Processes Involved: • Lithification - a process of sementing soft, unconsolidated sendiments into hard rocks. • Deposition - process when rocks are fragmented into tiny bits, then carried to low areas and settled at the bottom. • Sedimentation - process of building up of deposited rocks after many years.
  • 23. 23SEDIMENTARY ROCKS Stages in the Formation of Sedimentary Rocks
  • 24. 24SEDIMENTARY ROCKS Three (3) Main Types: 1. Clastic- are formed from mechanical weathering debris. 2. Chemical – are formed when dissolved materials precipitate from solution. 3. Organic – are formed by accumulated sedimentary debris caused by organic processes.
  • 25. 25SEDIMENTARY ROCKS Three (3) Main Types: TYPE EXAMPLES CLASTIC • Conglomerate – composed of pieces pebble-size or larger • Sandstone - composed of sand-size pieces • Shale - composed of pieces smaller than fine sand CHEMICAL • Limestone – a whitish or grayish rock made of the mineral calcite. • Rock salt, iron ore, chert, flint, some dolomites, and more. ORGANIC • coal, lignite, oil shale, or black shale • Chalk • Limestone with fossils • Coquina
  • 26. 26METAMORPHIC ROCKS • The metamorphic rocks get their name from “meta” (changed) and “morph” (form). • Movement of earth causes rock to be pressed or buried that leads to an increase in temperature and pressure.
  • 27. 27METAMORPHIC ROCKS Metamorphism is the transformation of the rock’s minerology and physical characteristics.
  • 28. 28METAMORPHIC ROCKS Metamorphism is the transformation of the rock’s minerology and physical characteristics.
  • 29. 29 Types of Metamorphism 1) CONTACT (THERMAL) Metamorphism ✓ evolves when rock near igneous intrusive gets heated. ✓ produces non-foliated metamorphic rocks. 2) REGIONAL (PRESSURE) Metamorphism ✓ affects a large area due to mountain formation. ✓ foliated rocks are produced and strong pressure effects. METAMORPHIC ROCKS
  • 30. 30 Two (2) Main Types: 1) NON-FOLIATED ✓ formed around the igneous intrusive. ✓ their atoms recognize while becoming more compact and dense. ✓ shows color bands that reflects very small impurities. 2) FOLIATED ✓ formed within the earth’s interior. ✓ extremely high temperature and unequal pressure. ✓ better identified on the basis of their texture. METAMORPHIC ROCKS
  • 31. 31 Two (2) Main Types: METAMORPHIC ROCKS • Marble - derived from limestone-its parent rock. A hard crystalline rock and the most beautiful rock because of its shimmering luster. • Quartzite - derived from sandstone, its hard and durable. • Slate – derived from shale. • Serpentine – originates from basalt. • Gneiss – derived from conglomerate. Contains feldspar or quartz.
  • 33. 33METAMORPHIC ROCKS PROTOLITH - the original / parent rock or the unmetamorphosed rock from which a given metamorphic rock is formed - From the Greek words: “proto” means first and “lithos” means rock