EDUCATION RESOURCES

Rock Review 

By 

Jared Hansen - Summer 2020 Intern

 Rock Review #1 - Red Sedimentary Rock

This reddish-brown sedimentary rock is found by a stream. Red wavy lines reveal it being in a fluvial environment and having undergone iron staining (iron oxidation). Many coarse and fine grains make up this fluvial rock.

Photo By Reema Hammad

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