Ch 7 review Q - millions of years the earth has changed...

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Andrew Vile Ch 7 Review ATOC Q: 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 2) The Moho is the layer that sits just between the crust and upper mantle 3) inner core, outer core, lower mantle, upper mantle, asthenosphere, uppermost mantle, / moho/ , crust 5) The plate boundaries are being forced together from separating seafloor and other subduction and conversion. All the energy builds up in tension and release in short bursts that cause earthquakes. 7) Since the earths core is molten metal it has a magnetic polarity. Over the centuries and
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Unformatted text preview: millions of years the earth has changed polarity and it is seen near divergent boundries at the mid ocean ridges. The polarity changes as you get further from the ridge. It is evident that in the future we will reverse polarity. 9) Erosion is the natural or chemical breakdown of rocks and minerals. 11) Convection deep in the earths core....
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