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Earthquakes are especially associated with _____ boundaries. divergent convergent transform fault
Earthquakes are especially associated with transform boundaries.
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User: Earthquakes are especially associated with _____ boundaries. divergent convergent transform fault

Weegy: Earthquakes are especially associated with transform boundaries.
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User: _____ is the scientist who first proposed the existence of Pangaea and Panthalassa. Albert Einstein Alfred Wegener Isaac Newton Johannes Kepler

Weegy: Alfred Wegener
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User: The Earth's crustal plates move due to _____ currents. convention condensation convection collaboration

Weegy: The Earth's crustal plates move due to convection currents.
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User: The Mid-Atlantic Oceanic Ridge is an example of a _____ boundary. divergent convergent transform fault

Weegy: The Mid-Atlantic Oceanic Ridge is an example of a divergent boundary.
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User: Volcanoes are usually formed as a result of _____. a convergent boundary, where both plates are continental a divergent boundary, where at least one of the plates is oceanic a transform fault boundary, where both plates are oceanic a convergent boundary, where at least one of the plates is oceanic


User: The theory of _____ suggests that the crust of the earth moves about on the upper mantle. big bang steady state volcanism plate tectonics

Weegy: The theory of PLATE TECTONICS suggests that the crust of the earth moves about on the upper mantle.



User: During mantle convection, heat from the Earth's core causes material in the mantle to expand and move upward. When it reaches the top, it _____. cools, moves to the side, and sinks, making a circular pattern is released into the atmosphere cools and sinks, making a vertical pattern gets hotter at the surface from the Sun's rays

Weegy: During mantle convection, heat from the Earth's core causes material in the mantle to expand and move upward. When it reaches the top, it: cools, moves to the side, and sinks, making a circular pattern.
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User: The ability of solid rock to flow is called _____. convection plasticity seafloor spreading seismology

Weegy: The ability of solid rock to flow is called: plasticity.
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User: A well-known transform boundary found in California is the _____. San Francisco fault San Andreas fault San Diego fault San Jose fault

Weegy: A well-known transform boundary found in California is the: San Andreas Fault.
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User: Plate tectonics suggests that the geospherebiosphereasthenospherelithosphere floats and moves on the lithosphereasthenospheregeosphereatmosphere.

Weegy: Plate tectonics suggests that the lithosphere floats and moves on the asthenosphere.
Expert answered|experto|Points 277|

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Volcanoes are usually formed as a result of: a convergent boundary, where at least one of the plates is oceanic.
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