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Chapter 2: Tectonic Plates

This chapter covers the theory of continental drift and Wegener's evidence to support it. It explains the difference between the lithosphere and the asthenosphere. Explains the different plate boundaries and the different crust combinations. Shows the interactions between plate tectonics and continental drift, also the evidence supporting plate tectonics. Explains the term paleomagnetism. It also shows the Wilson Cycle and provides examples for each stage.

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