Plate Tectonics Day 3 Sea Floor Spreading: Evidence for Continental Drift
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Students are introduced to Sea Floor Spreading and how it provides evidence for Hess's and Deitz's theory of Continental Drift. They use paleomagnetic data to calculate the rate of Sea Floor Spreading.
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