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Describes how mountain ranges are built by continent-continent convergence, subduction of an oceanic plate, and continental rifting.
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Why is Mount Everest so tall?
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Why is Mount Everest so tall? This video discusses plate tectonics and different types of weathering to explain how mountains form and wear away.
SCI.ESC.306 (Mountain Building - Earth Science)
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