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While Schindler takes a philosophical view of physical change, other participants highlight the metamorphic quality of their artistic methods.In the galleries: Building on an artwork expressed via different media|Mark Jenkins|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
Thus, after the Capitol was burned during the War of 1812, reconstruction made use of marble — a harder, metamorphic rock found on the upper Potomac.Hiking along Virginia’s Aquia Creek and finding history a stone’s throw from home|Walter Nicklin|April 2, 2021|Washington Post
It’s an often overlooked area full of bizarre rock features, metamorphic leftovers, and historic trails, and with only an eighth of Yellowstone’s annual visitation, it’s ripe for discovery.Teetering on the Edge of Volcanoes|Emily Pennington|March 3, 2021|Outside Online
She has been working with David Baker at the University of Washington on designing metamorphic proteins not seen in nature.Some Proteins Change Their Folds to Perform Different Jobs|Viviane Callier|February 3, 2021|Quanta Magazine
These metamorphic proteins change quickly and reversibly from one folded shape to another inside organisms.Some Proteins Change Their Folds to Perform Different Jobs|Viviane Callier|February 3, 2021|Quanta Magazine
The "erratics" comprised a great variety of metamorphic and igneous rocks, and, on a more limited scale, sedimentary types.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
The rock here is metamorphic, the soil worthless, the scenery rugged, yet mean.
It occurs in beds (talc-slate), and is often met with in districts occupied by metamorphic crystalline rocks.
Thus, highly micaceous sandstones, as they are traced into a metamorphic region, are seen to pass gradually into mica-schist.
There are a number of other metamorphic rocks, but those mentioned are the most commonly occurring species.