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Plate Tectonics

Plate TectonicsAnswers
Evolved from what Theory Continental Drift
Contenental Drift Theory One Large Land Mass (Pangaea) broke apart
Theory Based Upone Species, Landformation and Fossiles of similar kind found in all of the continents
Geological Theory Plates are broken in the rigecrust of the earth
These Plates Jostle and Grind Against One Another
Float Atop Molten Lava
Movement of Plates (caused) Continental Drift
3 Plates have no continents on them Pacific Ocean
How Many Major Plates are there? Ten (10)
Continents Plates Number Seven (7)
Volcanoes & Mountains Created by plate tectonics
Volcanic and Seismic Activity Plate tectonics
Created by: ninar