anonymous
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Explain how these convection currents cause the crust of the Earth to move.
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anonymous
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WHERES THE QUESTION
anonymous
  • anonymous
itsn ot really a question i gotta explain it^^^

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its not*
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Convection currents inside the Earth happens. The part where the convection currents go up, it brings up materials from the mantle like rocks. This forms new crust. When the convection currents go down, it brings down some older, colder oceanic crust to the mantle, destroying it. In conclusion, the crust is formed and destroyed when convection currents inside the Earth happen.

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