Earthquakes increasing?: Plate Tectonics [IGEO.TV]

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A plate tectonic or lithospheric plate is a piece of lithosphere that moves as a rigid block without internal deformation occurs on the asthenosphere (or upper outer mantle) of the Earth.

The Plate tectonics is a theory that explains the structure and dynamics of the Earth's surface. Sets the lithosphere (the upper portion and rigid colder Earth) is fragmented into a series of plates that move over the asthenosphere.

This theory also describes the movement of the plates, their addresses and interactions. The Earth's lithosphere is divided into large plates and lower plates or microplates. At the edges of the plates is concentrated seismic activity, volcanic and tectonic. This leads to the formation of large chains and basins.

Earth is the only planet in the solar system with active tectonic plates, although there is evidence that in ancient times Mars, Venus and some of the Galilean satellites, such as Europe, were tectonically active.

Ver Vídeo Globo terráqueo. Paralelos y meridianos:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy1b5RZ44CY
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