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Continental crust
Continental crust The continental crust is the layer of granitic, sedimentary and ... seabed close to their shores, known as continental shelves. It is less dense than ...
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Continental earth's crust   (translated from German)
Continental earth's crust Transition of oceanic and continental crust at a passive Konttinentalrand. Representation highly simplifies Those continental earth's crust exists in contrast ...
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Continental collision
Continental collision For general context see Plate tectonics. Continental collision is a phenomenon of the plate tectonics of our solid Earth. Continental collision is a variation on the fundamental ... mountains produced, and two continents sutured together. Continental collision is known only from this planet ... of how our different crusts, oceanic and continental, behave during subduction. Continental collision is ...
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Crust (geology)
Crust (geology) Earth cutaway from core to exosphere. Partially to scale. In geology, a crust is the outer layer of a planet ... than that of its deeper layers. The crust of the Earth is composed mainly of ... broken into tectonic plates that move. Oceanic crust is different from that of the continents. The oceanic crust (sima) is 5 to 10 km ...
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Earth's crust   (translated from German)
Earth's crust ImageSize = width:200 height:500 PlotArea ... till:40 color:c6 text:"Earth's crust~0-40 km "SHIFT:(-10,16) Transition of oceanic and continental crust at a passive Konttinentalrand. Representation highly simplifies Those Earth's crust the outermost layer is that Erde , ...
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Talk:Crust (geology)
Talk:Crust (geology) Contribution enclosed Excert from an essay ... for my degree about the Earth's crust.. It needs tidying up before being used in the main article. Continental crust is divided into 2 layers, the upper ... to sample the lower section of the continental crust using bore holes and such ...
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Land crust   (translated from Italian)
Land crust land crust, in geologia and in geophysicist, it is ... chemical (changes in the composition). The interface crust-cape comes defined from a chemical point ... is vanished and in cliffs of oceanic crust it is double, in how much the ... in Italy, in Ivrea-Verbano complex. The crust is distinguished therefore from cape because ...
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Continental drift   (translated from Portuguese)
Continental drift The idea of the continental drift appeared for the first time in ... again was forgotten. The hypothesis of the continental drift again was considered, now as a ... Wegener considered the existence of an only continental mass Pangea call, that started if to ... strong tests of its theory of the continental drift, it failed in the explanation ...
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Terrestrial crust   (translated from Spanish)
Terrestrial crust It is denominated terrestrial crust to the most superficial layer of Tierra ... are located on the continents and the continental platforms. This layer is formed by rocks ... the continents and the base of the continental platform, and by sedimentos recent that fundamentally deposits on the continental platform and the marine bottoms next ...
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Oceanic crust
Oceanic crust Age of oceanic crust Oceanic crust is the part of Earth's lithosphere ... 10 kilometres thick, but more dense than continental crust, with a density of about 3. ...
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