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What is the oldest and most stable part of a continent?
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User: What is the oldest and most stable part of a continent?

Weegy: Craton is the oldest and most stable part of a continent.
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User: Geologist James Hutton argued that the geologic processes occurring today have occurred since the formation of Earth. This idea is known as

Weegy: Geologist James Hutton argued that the geologic processes occurring today have occurred since the formation of Earth. This idea is known as Uniformitarianism.
Expert answered|Score .7812|yumdrea|Points 44628|

User: _______ is the process in planetary formation when heavy materials sink toward the planet's center and lighter materials accumulate near its surface.

Weegy: Differentiation is the process in planetary formation when heavy materials sink toward the planet's center and lighter materials accumulate near its surface.
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User: Dinosaurs emerged during what time period?

Weegy: Dinosaurs emerged during the Mesozoic Era.
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User: Ancient cyanobacteria released ______, which assisted in creating the atmosphere as we know it today.

Weegy: Cyanobacteria, is a phylum of bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis.
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User: The largest time unit in the geologic time scale is the

Weegy: The largest formal unit of geologic time is eon.
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User: _______ is a fuel produced by fermenting crops

Weegy: Ethanol is a fuel produced by fermenting crops.
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User: Fuels derived from living things are known as

Weegy: Fuels derived from living things are known as biomass fuels.
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User: What is the most abundant fossil fuel

Weegy: COAL is the most abundant fossil fuel.
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User: The microscopic organisms at the base of the marine food chain are known as

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The microscopic organisms at the base of the marine food chain are known as phytoplankton.
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