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to quantify the rate of universal expansion or contraction?
Hubble's constant is used to quantify the rate of universal expansion or contraction.
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Mountain ranges that form close to a subduction zone are likely to experience A. volcanic activity. B. reduced elevation. C. decreased mass. D. isostatic equilibrium
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What term refers to the point below the surface where an earthquake begins?
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Which force is responsible for pulling a plate downward into the asthenosphere?
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Gravity is responsible for pulling a plate downward into the asthenosphere.
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Who first developed the theory that eventually became known as plate tectonics?
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An enormous wave generated by an earthquake beneath the seafloor is known as a
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