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Tectonic plates consist of
a) continental crust. b) oceanic crust. c) both continental and oceanic crust. d) mesosphere.
The deep interior of the Earth can be mapped using
a) seismic waves. b) sonar. c) information from drilling expeditions. d) ocean waves.
The layer of rock that comprises 67% of Earth’s mass
a) mantle b) core c) crust d) mesosphere
The layer of Earth made mostly of iron
a) mantle b) core c) crust d) lithosphere
The thin, solid outermost layer above the mantle
a) mantle b) core c) crust d) mesosphere
The rigid layer made up of crust and upper mantle
a) asthenosphere b) lithosphere c) mesosphere d) mantle
The layer made of solid rock that slowly flows
a) asthenosphere b) lithosphere c) mesosphere d) mantle
The lower part of the mantle
a) asthenosphere b) lithosphere c) mesosphere d) mantle
Wegener thought that all the continents were once together in one large continent called
a) Gondwana. b) Laurasia. c) Eurasia. d) Pangaea.
New oceanic lithosphere forms as a result of
a) sea-floor spreading. b) normal polarity. c) reverse polarity. d) continental drift.
Evidence for sea-floor spreading has come from
a) fossils in South America and Africa. b) magnetic minerals on the ocean floor. c) ancient climactic conditions. d) the breakup of Pangaea.
Hypothesis that states that the continents were once one large mass that broke apart
a) sea-floor spreading b) continental drift c) magnetic reversal d) magnetic minerals
Process that takes place at mid-ocean ridges
a) sea-floor spreading b) magnetic reversal c) magnetic minerals d) fossils
Part of molten rock at mid-ocean ridges
a) sea-floor spreading b) continental drift c) magnetic minerals d) fossils
Process of Earth’s magnetic poles changing places
a) magnetic reversal b) fossils c) sea-floor spreading d) continental drift
Items that provide evidence that the continents were once closer together
a) continental drift b) magnetic reversal c) magnetic minerals d) fossils
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