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James Hutton: A.developed the concept of plate tectonics. B.based his theories on the Neptunist view of crust formation. C.developed the theories of erosion and deposition. D.was the founder of the
Plutonist theory of crust formation
James Hutton C. developed the theories of erosion and deposition.
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