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mitchelsewbaran

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Which term is used to describe the place at which the continental crust ends and oceanic crust begins? Abyssal plain Continental shelf Continental slope Volcanic arc

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  1. Skysthelimit
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    continental slope i think.

  2. mitchelsewbaran
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    alright, i'll check it later

  3. Skysthelimit
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    Continental slope – A relatively steep (~4-5°) slope extending from a depth of 100-200 meters at the edge of the continental shelf down to the deep ocean floor. This is where the continental crust transitions into oceanic crust.

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