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downward arching rock laye
Downward arching rock layer is called Syncline.
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Geologists obtain indirect evidence about Earth s interior by - measuring pressure differences at Earth’s surface. estimating temperature inside earth. directly looking under the many layers. recording and studying seismic waves.
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Mantle material rises in convection currents because heated materials become more dense. TRUE or FALSE.
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landforms made of huge, tilted blocks of rocks that are separated from surrounding rocks by faults
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Fault block mountains: landforms made of huge, tilted blocks of rocks that are separated from surrounding rocks by faults.


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