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Lithosphere - Wikipedia

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A lithosphere is the rigid, outermost shell of a terrestrial-type planet or natural satellite that is ... The temperature at which olivine begins to deform viscously (~ 1000 °C) is often used to...

Temperature of Earth's Lithosphere | The Classroom | Synonym

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Plate tectonic theory teaches that the Earth is divided into layers called crust, mantle and core, with continents and ocean basins made of different kinds of crust.

Density & Temperature of the Lithosphere | The Classroom | Synonym

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Translated from its Latin roots, the word "lithosphere" means "sphere of rock." Earth's lithosphere encompasses rock that forms the surface layer of the crust and ...

What is the lithosphere's average temperature? | Reference.com

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The temperature where the lithosphere transitions into the asthenosphere would be about 600ºC to 1200ºC. That is where peridotites, or mantle rocks, start to ...

The Layers of the Earth - Planet Earth

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The temperature of the lithosphere and asthenosphere is 300 to 500 degrees celsius. The mantles temperature 4500 degrees celsius and made of 100% ...

lithosphere - National Geographic Society

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May 20, 2015 ... The lithosphere is far less ductile than the asthenosphere. The elasticity and ductility of the lithosphere depends on temperature, stress, and the ...

lithosphere facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Below the lithosphere, the temperature is believed to reach 1,832°F (1,000°C), which is warm enough to allow rock material to flow if pressurized. Seismic ...

Composition, temperature, and thickness of the lithosphere of the ...

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It is supposed that the temperature inversion can be removed by gradual fertilization of the mantle with depth. In this case, the craton lithosphere should be  ...

Thermal structure of oceanic and continental lithosphere

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Apr 8, 2005 ... In contrast, in oceanic lithosphere earthquakes commonly occur ... thermal conductivity lowers the temperature within the oceanic lithosphere.

Temperature as a function of depth in lithosphere. : Heat-pipe Earth ...

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Sep 26, 2013 ... Temperature as a function of depth in lithosphere. Three downward advection rates (0.1, 1 and 10 mm yr<sup>−1</sup>) are shown, each for three ...