And nature tends to separate regions where something is flowing one way from

And nature tends to separate regions where something

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mantle colder than normal, not warmer. And nature tends to separate regions where something is flowing one way from regions where the flow is reversed; if the flows are too close together, one will drag the otheralong and change its direction. Hot spots occasionally ride along on spreading ridges, because both involve rising, but not on subduction zones.Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s):D3. Look at the picture above, from the coast of Olympic National Park. What happened here?as layers, with coarse at the bottom, fine on top from the first eruption, then coarse and fine again from the next eruption, and so on.the rock, carving the grooves we see.board an airline, and the government agents heaved it onto this rock. subduction zone, making rocks that were then scraped off the downgoing slab to make part of Olympic National Park.
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  • Fall '08
  • ALLEY,RICHARDBANANDAKRISHNAN,SR
  • Correct Answer, Individual Question, subduction zones, Mt. St. Helens

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