UE 7e i-Clicker - Chapter 02.pptx

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Chapter 2
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1. Which lines of evidence did Wegener use to propose continental drift? A. geomorphic fit of the continental shelves B. similarity of rock types, ages, and trends in geologic structures across the Atlantic Ocean C. distribution of terrestrial plants and animals D. flows paths indicated in glacial deposits E. All of the above.
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2. New data about which part of Earth allowed geologists to develop a comprehensive theory of plate tectonics in the 1960s? A. mountains on continents B. the ocean floor C. sedimentary deposits on land
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3. Tectonic plates are made of which layer of Earth? A. lithosphere B. athenosphere C. mesophere
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4. Lithospheric plates: A. move toward each other. B. move away from each other. C. slide past each other. D. move in all these relative directions.
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5. What type of plate boundary is depicted in this figure as shown by the yellow arrows? A. convergent B. divergent C. transform
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6. What type of plate boundary is depicted in this figure as shown by the red arrows? A. convergent B. divergent C. transform
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7. What type of plate boundary is depicted in this figure as shown by the blue arrows?
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