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The outer layer of Earth made up of the upper part of the mantle and the crust.
a) asthenosphere
b) subduction zone
c) lithosphere
d) convection cell

Cycle in which heated material rises and cooler material sinks.
a) convection cell
b) plate tectonics
c) subduction zone
d) lithosphere

Solid layer of plastic mantle rock that flows very slowly.
a) plate tectonics
b) subduction sone
c) lithosphere
d) asthosphere

Theory that explains how large pieces of the lithosphere move.
a) asthosphere
b) plate tectonics
c) subduction zone
d) convection cell

Region along a plate boundary where one plate moves under another plate.
a) subduction zone
b) plate tectonics
c) asthosphere
d) convection cell

What occurs at a transform boundary?
a) Oceanic lithosphere collides with continental lithosphere.
b) Magma rises to the surface and forms a mid-ocean ridge.
c) Two plates slide past each other horizontally.
d) Two plates collide and crumple.

The Pacific Ring of Fire is
a) a mid-ocean ridge.
b) A chain of volcanic islands.
c) A zone of active volcanoes.
d) A rift valley.

The Himalaya Mountains were formed in a collision at a
a) divergent boundary.
b) convergent boundary.
c) transform boundary.
d) fracture zone.

Where do deep-ocean trenches form?
a) In Island arcs.
b) At convergent boundary.
c) In fractures zones.
d) At transform boundaries.

An example of a transform boundary is the
a) San Andreas Fault in California.
b) Nazca plate on the west coast of South America.
c) Eurasian plate at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
d) Island Arc of Japan.

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