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Rock Formation And Erosion Cycle

By Jose Antonio

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Rock formation and erosion cycle. Cutaway artwork showing the cycle by which rocks are formed and eroded. At top, volcanic activity forms new rock on the Earth's surface as molten rock (lava) rises from the Earth's mantle (bottom). Weathering and erosion processes then slowly over thousands of years wear down the rock. Wind and water transport the eroded rock, and sediment is deposited at the mouths of rivers and on ocean beds. River deltas may form new land, but the layered ocean sediment is returned to the mantle (orange) at subduction zones, or lifted up by tectonic activity to be eroded once more. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Rock formation and erosion cycle. Cutaway artwork showing the cycle by which rocks are formed and eroded. At top, volcanic activity forms new rock on the Earth's surface as molten rock (lava) rises from the Earth's mantle (bottom). Weathering and erosion processes then slowly over thousands of years wear down the rock. Wind and water transport the eroded rock, and sediment is deposited at the mouths of rivers and on ocean beds. River deltas may form new land, but the layered ocean sediment is returned to the mantle (orange) at subduction zones, or lifted up by tectonic activity to be eroded once more. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Rock formation and erosion cycle. Cutaway artwork showing the cycle by which rocks are formed and eroded. At top, volcanic activity forms new rock on the Earth's surface as molten rock (lava) rises from the Earth's mantle (bottom). Weathering and erosion processes then slowly over thousands of years wear down the rock. Wind and water transport the eroded rock, and sediment is deposited at the mouths of rivers and on ocean beds. River deltas may form new land, but the layered ocean sediment is returned to the mantle (orange) at subduction zones, or lifted up by tectonic activity to be eroded once more. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Rock Formation And Erosion Cycle

By Jose Antonio

14" x 42" Photographic Print
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