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as the ocean floor spreads. other parts plunge into the mantle. this process is called. A. plate tectonics. B. subduction. C. paradigm shift. D. continetal drift.
Weegy: As the ocean floor spreads, other parts plunge into the mantle. This process is called subduction. User: the landform with the highest elevation is the. A. plateau. B. mountain. C. plain. D. calley. Weegy: B. ountain has highest elevation User: the richter scale measures. A. magnitude. B. intensity. C. location. D. distance. Weegy: richter scale measure A. magnitude (More)
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the area whaere two neighboring tectonic plates move away from one another is called an area's ______ boundary. A. convergent. B. transform. C. divergent. D. paradigm.
Weegy: The area where two neighboring tectonic plates move away from one another is called an area's DIVERGENT boundary. User: animals, plants, and fungi create carbon dioxide through all of the following processes except. A. reproduction. B. burning. C. decay. D. respiration. Weegy: A. burning. User: the speed of p-waves and s-waves can help seismologists to determine the. A. size of an earthquake. B. location of an earthquake. C. distance to the epicenter of an earthquake. D. energy of an earthquake. Weegy: The speed of P-waves and S-waves can help seismologists to determine the C. distance to the epicenter of an earthquake. User: a volcanic mountain with a wide base and gently sloping sides is called a ______ colcano. A. shield. B. composite. C. plateau. D. cinder cone. Weegy: D. shield User: surface waves cause rock to move. A. longitudinally. B. in a circualer path. C. plateau. D. at right angles. Weegy: B. in a circular path. Surface waves cause rock to move in a circular path. (More)
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how have sientists determined that the oter core of the earth is liquid? A. s-waves slow down and then speed up in the outer core. B. s-waves come to a complete stop in the outer core. C. p-waves don't travel through the outer core. D. p-waves speed up in the outer core.
Weegy: A. S-waves slow down and then speed up in the outer core. User: which one of the following pieces of evidence did wegener use to support his theory of continental drift. A. the mid-ocean ridge is sinking into the ocean trenches. B. the age of the rocks in the sea floor is all the same. C. a similar fossil was found in africa, south america, australia, india, and antarctica. D. the rock in the ocean floor is magnetized in the same direction. Weegy: A. A similar fossil was found in Africa, South America, Australia, India and Antarctica. User: the epicenter of an earthquake is determined by. A. determining the strength of the earthquake. B. measuring the amount of time that shaking occurs. C. measuring the distance the earthquake travels. D. determinging the distance from the earthquake by three recording stations. Weegy: D. determinging the distance from the earthquake by three recording stations. The process of detecting earthquake epicenters is called the triangulation method. User: deep underwater canyouns are careated therough a process known as. A. subduction. B. seaglorr spreading. C. continental drift. D. abduction. (More)
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which one of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource? A. topsoil. B. wood. C. water. D. coal.
Weegy: B. Coal User: which one of the following types of volcanoes would be the most explosive? A. volcanoes that have large amounts of silica. B. volcanoes that have thin magma. C. volcanoes that contain small amounts of carbon dioxide. D. volcanoes that contain small amounts of water. Weegy: A. Volcanoes that have large amounts of silica. User: Volcanoes are most often formed. A. north of the equator. B. along the ocean floor. C. along continental plate boundaries. D. within inland moutain regions. Weegy: Volcanoes are most often formed. [ A, along continental plate boundaries, because when the continental plates collide they may form up towards the sky and create a mountain of a volcano. ] User: fossil fules are made from. A. minerals. B. inorganic matter. C. plants and animals. D. water and gases. Weegy: Fossil fuel are made from Fossil fuels, coal, oil and natural gas, are a non-renewable source of energy. Formed from plants and animals that lived up to 300 million years ago, fossil fuels are found in deposits beneath the earth. [ The fuels are burned to release the chemical energy that is stored within this resource. Energy is essential to moden society as we know it. Over 85% of our energy demands are met by the combustion of fossil fuels. When plants and animals died, their bodies decomposed and were buried under layers of earth. Millions of years later we have the three forms of fossil fuel: oil, natural gas and coal. Actually all answers are true. Mineral oil or coal are some kind of minerals, because they arose like some "stones". But actually they are made of ancient animals and plants, lived in the prehistoric ages, died and under great pressure and temperature subterrestrial they become fossils or fossil fuels, which is an inorganic material. And finally grass can be converted to coal and oil (and mineral gas), just use enough pressure and heat, and wait for 1 or 2 million years. ... ] ] (More)
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in general, what causes desert pavement? A. chemical weathering. B. water erosion. C. wind erosion. D. mechanical weathering.
Weegy: C. Mechanical weathering User: the grand canyon was formed as a result of. A. erosion. B. deflation. C. landslides. D. deposition. Weegy: The answer is D. erosion. You are correct. It was formed through erosion by the Colorado river. User: the decayed organic matter in soil which is beneficial to plant growth is called. A. silt. B. clay. C. humus. D. loarn. Weegy: The answer is C. Humus,the decayed organic matter in soil which is beneficial to plant growth. (More)
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