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Oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico A. Ash plume Crater rim C. 3 Satellite images are invaluable to our study of Earth. A. Satellite image of an ash plume produced by Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökul Volcano, April 2010. B. Image of oil slick produced by a leak on the Deepwater Horizon platform located south of the Mississippi Delta. C. Goat Paddock Crater is an impact crater, located in northwestern Australia, which is largely covered by sediment deposited during the Pleistocene Epoch. (Photos courtesy of NASA) 6.
Bituminous coal (carbon) Exercise Two / Rocks and the Rock Cycle 31 28. Samples G–L all contain calcite. What property of calcite would assist you in identifying these samples? 29. Compare and contrast Sample I (fossiliferous limestone) and Sample J (coquina). 30. 6 are both crystalline. How do these samples differ in appearance? 31. What characteristic do Sample Q (agate) and Sample L (travertine) share? ___________________________________________ 32. Which of these terms most accurately describes the texture of Sample N—clastic or nonclastic?
B. Like this sample, most pink feldspar belongs to the potassium feldspar subgroup. C. Most sodium-rich plagioclase feldspar is light colored and has a porcelain luster. D. Calcium-rich plagioclase feldspar tends to be gray, blue-gray, or black in color. Labradorite, the variety shown here, exhibits iridescence. 24 Kaolinite, a common clay mineral. 7). Mica Muscovite and biotite are the two most abundant members of the mica family. Both have excellent Olivine A. Smoky quartz B. 25 Olivine. 23).