In What Layer of the Earth Does Convection Occur?

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Convection takes place in the mantle layer of the Earth. The mantle is a dense layer of the Earth and convection happens through a process of heating and cooling.
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in the mantle due to the molten rock. hope this helps! = also for better detail they happen in the asthenospheric mantle to.
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The basic answer is the Mantle, but, really, it's the only very uppermost part of the Mantle that encounters plasticity and convection-when relating to tectonic plate movement, at
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The Troposphere is the lowest region of the atmosphere where weather occurs. It ranges from ground level to 4 miles at the poles to 11 miles high at the Equator. There is a region
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