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1.2: Theory of Plate Tectonics

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    CRITIQUE AND INTERPRET MAJOR TYPES OF EVIDENCE SUPPORTING THE THEORY OF PLATE TECTONICS BY DESCRIBING AND COMPARING DIFFERENT TYPES OF PLATE MOTIONS, RATES OF MOTION, AND THE DRIVING MECHANISMS AND FORCES INVOLVED WITH EACH

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    The outcome for this section will be covered by several Open Educational Resources. Review and reflect on each one as you prepare to complete the assessment for this module.

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