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The plate tectonic theory can best be described as _____.
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User: The plate tectonic theory can best be described as _____.

Weegy: 3subduction, uplift, and mantle convection
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User: Mantle convection is a circulation of the heat emitted by the earth's _____.

User: The layer of the earth that forms the earth's plates is the _____.

Weegy: The layer of the Earth which makes up the plates is called the lithosphere.
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User: The process of heat transfer thought to be responsible for the movement of the lithospheric plates on the surface of the earth is convectionfreezingan earthquakesubduction.

Weegy: The process of heat transfer thought to be responsible for the movement of the lithospheric plates on the surface of the earth is convection.
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The plate tectonic theory can best be described as: Earth's natural process by which its lithospheric plates slowly move about because of movement in the asthenosphere.


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