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The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is the site of
a) Himalayan Mountains b) subduction c) seafloor spreading d) San Andreas Fault
Which type of fault is shown in the diagram?
a) convergent b) divergent c) transform d) magma
Which type of fault is shown in the diagram?
a) convergent b) divergent c) transform d) magma
Which type of fault is shown in the diagram?
a) convergent b) divergent c) transform d) magma
The diagram represents the process that forms
a) folded mountains b) volcanic mountains c) submarine mountains d) fault block mountains
Earth's rocky upper layer is divided into large moving parts called
a) continents b) islands c) layers d) plates
An earthquake is most likely to affect a forest ecosystem by
a) starting wildfires b) raising temperatures c) decreasing rainfall d) causing landslides
In the process called seafloor spreading, the plates below an ocean basin pull apart and
a) they cause tides to develop b) pressure inside Earth creates geysers of water on the surface c) a new floor is created by magma d) the continental plates move closer together
Compared with oceanic crust, continental crust is
a) older b) thicker c) less dense d) more dense
The area surrounding Earth made up of all the living things is called the
a) biosphere b) atmosphere c) hydrosphere d) lithosphere
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