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The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy. Is that true or false?
The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy. Its true.
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User: The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy. Is that true or false?

Weegy: The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy. Its true.
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User: The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy?

Weegy: The balance between the downward push of continents and the upward push of the mantle is called isostasy. Its true.
tinkermei|Points 1125|

User: what are bioherms made out of?

User: do turbidity currents explain the movement of the earth's crust?

Weegy: Low.
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User: do glaciers move quickly?

User: what is the primary gas in a volcano?

User: what is the ocean floor made up of?

User: the ocean floor is made up of mostly...?

User: what is the earths magnetic field acossiated with?

Weegy: Magnetic fields are produced by the motion of electrical charges. For example, the magnetic field of a bar magnet results from the motion of negatively charged electrons in the magnet. [ The origin of the Earth's magnetic field is not completely understood, but is thought to be associated with electrical currents produced by the coupling of convective effects and rotation in the spinning liquid metallic outer core of iron and nickel. This mechanism is termed the dynamo effect. Rocks that are formed from the molten state contain indicators of the magnetic field at the time of their solidification. The study of such "magnetic fossils" indicates that the Earth's magnetic field reverses itself every million years or so (the north and south magnetic poles switch). This is but one detail of the magnetic field that is not well understood. ]
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