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  • one year ago

Which layer of the Earth do Convection Currents occur in?

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  1. anonymous
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    @paki

  2. anonymous
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    xD flvs?

  3. anonymous
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    yup

  4. anonymous
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    Mantle

  5. anonymous
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    I might be wrong but I believe it's the Mantle

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    okk how did u know flvs lol

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    :)

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    Working ahead in summer? Me too :D

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    But the pace chart is SO hard

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    it is I hate it

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    I'm doing 3.03 right now

  12. misssunshinexxoxo
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    "Convection currents in the magma drive plate tectonics. Heat generated from the radioactive decay of elements deep in the interior of the Earth creates magma (molten rock) in the aesthenosphere. The aesthenosphere (70 ~ 250 km) is part of the mantle, the middle sphere of the Earth that extends to 2900 km."

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