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Name: Lisa
Status: Educator
Grade: 6-8
Location: VT
Country: United States
Date: November 2007


Question:
I cannot locate my list of sedimentary/metamorphic equivalents, like shale to slate, and am searching the web, to no avail. Can you help me out?



Replies:
Here are some common ones:

Granite, shale------Gneiss
Granite, shale, basalt-----Schist
Shale-----slate
Sandstone----quartzite
Limestone----marble

Hope this helps!

Patricia Rowe



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