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New ocean floor is created at the...
The formations that run down the centers of mid-ocean ridges are called...
Subduction occurs at...
Strike - slip boundaries occur where two plates...
Both plates buckle upward when...
Compared to the oldest rocks on the ocean floor, the oldest rocks on land are...
Which of the following was a giant continent from which all modern continents came? Pangaea
According to the most widespread hypothesis, the source of the forces that move the plates is:
The deepest parts of the ocean are...
The theory of continental drift was developed by...
Old ocean floor is destroyed, absorbed by the Earth, and re-melted beneath...
Magnetic stripes in the ocean floor rocks tell us that...
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