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The earth is composed of rocks and other solid materials both on the surface and subsurface.
Thus there is need to understand the processes by which its formed and other geological
processes that affect their existence, geology is the main branch or earth science that majorly
deals with the study of the solid Earth, the composition of the rocks, and the processes by which
they change over time. As these plates shifts they create mountains and volcanoes they also make
mountains under the ocean called ridges . Rocks inside the crust are changing,too.the shaping
and reshaping of the earth crust is ...
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