2 - geologic time. False Which of the following is...

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Climate distribution on Earth is primarily controlled by latitude Paleomagnetism confirms that, at particular times in the geologic past, Earth has had more than one magnetic north pole. False Which of the following is characteristic of oceanic-oceanic convergent plate boundaries? Volcanic island arcs The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is an example of a: divergent boundary Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between Earths geographic and magnetic poles? The magnetic north pole has remained very close to the geographic North Pole through all of
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Unformatted text preview: geologic time. False Which of the following is characteristic of oceanic-continental convergent plate boundaries? Andesitic volcanoes New crust is formed at trenches and old crust is subducted at ridges. False Earthquakes are common along fracture zones. False All continents fit together with the least number of overlaps and gaps when the continents are matched along: contours at around 2000 meters in depth...
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