|The Plate Tectonic Story: A Scientific Jigsaw|
This activity has students read and answer questions based upon the article 'The plate tectonic story: a scientific jigsaw.' The article starts with the continental drift theory of Alfred Wegener and adds the evidence from the seafloor to arrive at plate tectonics. It concludes with remarks about mantle dynamics and the future ability to predict earthquakes.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-006-580
This resource is referenced by 'Magnetic Patterns: Ocean Floor Pattern Plotting'
This resource is referenced by 'Magnetic Stripes on the Ocean Floor: A Lab Simulation'
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