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- A hernia is the abnormal exit of tissue or an organ, such as the bowel, through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides. Hernias come in a...
- transporting plate, and accreted onto the overriding plate. Therefore, the terrane transferred from one plate to the other. Typically, accreting terranes are portions...
- following models: P****ive continental margin model Crystalline axis model Accreted terrane model Carboniferous-extension model This model is a single margin...
- Archaean continental blocks 1,950-1,800 Mya. Additional Proterozoic crust was accreted 1,800-1,600 Mya of which the only well-preserved sutures are the interior...
- might have grown faster and accreted significant gaseous envelopes, but the outer planet formed more slowly and accreted less gas. The innermost planet...
- Accretionary wedges and accreted terranes are not equivalent to tectonic plates, but rather are ****ociated with tectonic plates and accrete as a result of tectonic...
- Luzon Trough portion of the Luzon Volcanic Arc and South China, where accreted portions of the Luzon Arc and Luzon forearc form the eastern Coastal Range...
- were stripped off by a giant impact, or that it was prevented from fully accreting by the young Sun's energy. Venus (0.7 AU from the Sun) is close in size...
- In plate tectonics, a divergent boundary or divergent plate boundary (also known as a constructive boundary or an extensional boundary) is a linear feature...
- and pressure within the core of the cloud generated a lot of heat as it accreted more matter from the surrounding disk, eventually triggering nuclear fusion...
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