Gneiss Is a rock that is classified into metamorphic. Gneiss is considered rare by people but isnt to rare
Gneiss is mined in open pit quarries.
Gneiss usually consists of visible crystals of aligned mineral assemblages.
Yes, you can. Gneiss is quite similar to granite.
Gneiss is a banded metamorphic rock.
The texture defines the gneiss. If it varies, it's not gneiss. I'm studying the same thing! -8th Grader! :D
Gneiss is foliated.
Gneiss is hard.
A Gneiss is a Metamorphic rock
Gneiss is a rock, not a mineral.
Gneiss is foliated and coarse grained
No, gneiss is metamorphic.
I am trying to find out what the other two types of rock besides gneiss form the Matterhorn. Gneiss is a metamorphic rock. That's a nice piece of gneiss!
Gneiss is a part of the earths lower crust. No matter where you drill you will eventually uncover gneiss.
Gneiss may come from either granite or schist.
Granite and Gneiss are both rocks.
No. Phyllite can metamorphose into schist and then into gneiss.
No. Gneiss has alternating light and dark bands.