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Mantle convection is a process of heat transfersubductionvolcanoesconvergence that creates circular currents in the asthenosphere. As a result, the oceaniclithosphericcontinentalatmospheric plates
slowly move.
Mantle convection is a process of heat TRANSPORT that creates circular currents in the asthenosphere. As a result, the continental plates slowly move.
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