What Makes up the Pacific Ranges?

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The pacific ranges are made up of part of the southern portion of the coast plutonic complex and have been branded by rapid rates of uplift over the past 4 million years, leading to high rates of erosion. Pacific ranges and lowlands are some of the eight major land regions in North America
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