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What is continental drift?
a) Name of the continent today’s continents formed from b) (theory) Magma pushes the seafloor apart and creates a new seafloor when it erupts c) Crust and part of the upper mantle (lithosphere) of the earth that are broken into pieces d) (hypothesis) Continents slowly move
What is seafloor spreading?
a) (theory) Magma pushes the seafloor apart and creates a new seafloor when it erupts b) (hypothesis) Continents slowly move c) (theory) Plates move around on a layer of the mantle (asthenosphere) d) Crust and part of the upper mantle (lithosphere) of the earth that are broken into pieces
What is the asthenosphere?
a) Crust and part of the upper mantle (lithosphere) of the earth that are broken into pieces b) Layer of mantle (under lithosphere) c) (theory) Plates move around on a layer of the mantle (asthenosphere) d) Crust and part of the upper mantle
What is a plate?
a) Name of the continent today’s continents formed from b) Crust and part of the upper mantle c) Crust and part of the upper mantle (lithosphere) of the earth that are broken into pieces d) Layer of mantle (under lithosphere)
What is Pangaea?
a) Name of the continent today’s continents formed from b) (theory) Plates move around on a layer of the mantle (asthenosphere) c) Crust and part of the upper mantle d) (theory) Magma pushes the seafloor apart and creates a new seafloor when it erupt
What is the lithosphere?
a) Crust and part of the upper mantle (lithosphere) of the earth that are broken into pieces b) Layer of mantle (under lithosphere) c) (theory) Plates move around on a layer of the mantle (asthenosphere) d) Crust and part of the upper mantle
Define plate tectonics.
a) (hypothesis) Continents slowly move b) (theory) Plates move around on a layer of the mantle (asthenosphere) c) (theory) Magma pushes the seafloor apart and creates a new seafloor when it erupts d) Crust and part of the upper mantle (lithosphere) of the earth that are broken into pieces
What theory states that magma pushes the seafloor apart and creates a new seafloor when it erupts?
a) Continental drift b) Pangaea c) Seafloor spreading d) Plate tectonics
What theory states that plates move around on a layer of the mantle (asthenosphere)?
a) Asthenosphere b) Plate tectonics c) Continental drift d) Seafloor spreading
What hypothesis states that continents slowly move?
a) Plate tectonics b) Lithosphere c) Seafloor spreading d) Continental drift
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