Define rock cycle


Define rock cycle

Cyclic Processes:

The environment is full of cyclic processes. These are processes that are continuously going. For example, the water cycle does not have a start and an end point because water is constantly moving throughout different parts of Earth, including the ground, the atmosphere, and through living organisms.

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The rock cycle is another example of Earth's cyclic processes. The rock cycle follows rocks as they are created, worn down, and destroyed. Eventually,...

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