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Assignment: Rates of Geologic Processes Investigation The table below explains the average rate at which some geologic processes occur. Calculate the amount of sea level change, erosion, and uplift for 100,000 years, 1,000,000 years, and 10,000,000 years. Remember, 100 cm = 1 m. Process Rate per 1,000 years Sea Level Changes 10 m Regional Erosion 2m Uplift 10 cm After 100,000 years After 1,000,000 years 1. What is the fastest process, sea level changes, erosion, or uplift? 2. What is the slowest process, seal level changes, erosion, or uplift? © K12 Inc. AV011413 After 10,000,000 years ...
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