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In geology and earth science, a plateau also called a high plain or tableland, is an area of highland, usually consisting of relatively flat ...

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Plateaus are sculpted by geologic forces that lift them up and the wind and rain that wear them down into mesas, ... Formation From Under the Earth's Surface.

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A volcanic plateau is formed by numerous small volcanic eruptions that slowly build up over time, forming a plateau from the resulting lava flows. The North ...

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Oct 30, 2010 ... Learn more about plateaus through each section in this piece. First we answer the ... About the Plateau: What is a Plateau, Formation and More.

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Sep 16, 2016 ... Volcanoes and types of volcanic eruptions | Volcano video with hot magma lava in 3D animation HD - Duration: 4:03. Elearnin 192,127 views.

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Sep 2, 2015 ... The largest plateaus on Earth formed where two tectonic plates collided. Because they are lifted far above sea level, they are known as high ...

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A plateau is formed by a process of geological uplift, either due to the collision of continental plates, pressure from magma below or the burial of land by volcanic ...

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A plateau may cover an area as small as several square miles or as large as half the size of the lower forty-eight United States. Some plateaus formed as a result ...

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The formation of a plateau requires one of the same three types of tectonic processes that create mountain ranges—volcanism, crustal shortening (by the ...