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Unformatted text preview: mountain ranges like the Himalaya. This imaging of the Earths interior shows that the mantle is laterally inhomogeneous. Basal drag, slab pull, and gravitational sliding. Match continents to their former supercontinent ___Africa A. Laurasia ___Greenland B.Gondwana ___Europe ___India ___Antarctica ___S America ___N. America ___Asia Match left with right ____Himalaya A. convergent ____S California Coast B. divergent ____Gulf of California C. transform ____Alps ____Japan ____Seattle ____Portland ____Peru Coast ____Red Sea ____Snake Rr Plain ____East Africa Rift ____Java ____Aleutians ____Iceland ____Gorda Rise ____active margin ____island arc ____continental rift ____subduction ____strike-slip faulting-finis-...
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2009 for the course GEOL 102 taught by Professor Kennethsprenke during the Fall '09 term at Idaho.
- Fall '09