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180. Why Study Rocks in Environmental Science: Granite

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Rocks are part of just about every part of every syllabus. This Environmental Science Factsheet will:
• Summarise the rock cycle, weathering and erosion.
• Describe the importance of granite in circulating nutrients, providing building materials and creating essential metals and in our landscapes & soils.
• Go through recent exam questions on this topic.



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January 2014

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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