What is peridotite? What does it have to do with climate change?



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    Peridotite is a type of igneous rock found on the Earth’s mantle. Here it is formed into blocks or crystals of rock formations and then pushed to the Earth’s surface through the flow of molten rock under the crust. It is has a high a amount of magnesium as well as other elements like Iron. It has no direct correlation to global warming or climate change as rocks have been formed through this process for millions of years.

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