plates are moving beneath the earth's crust.
magma is under the earths crust lava is above (on) earths crust
Earths under crust surrounded by Upper Mantle (35-60 km) .The mantle is composed of sillicate rocks that are rich in iron and magnesium relative to the overlying crust.
Marble was formed under the outerlayer of the earth's crust
Lava....when its under the earths crust its called magma.
Gemstones are formed under the earths crust
the mantle followed by the core...
Oceanic crust, new oceanic crust is produced by seafloor spreading.
Yes, it is directly underneath.
tectonic plates under the earths crust shifting
Tectonic plates under earths crust move.
Earth's crust is about 3-5 miles thick under the oceans. This is called the oceanic crust. The crust under the continents, continental crust, is about 25 miles thick.
There is no process that turns magma to lava. Magma is molten rock in the mantle(under the Earths crust) and lava is molten rock on the Earths crust
The earths crust is 7km thick
Shifting of the Tectonic plates under the earth.
Earths magma moved under the crust and the continents split
Under 1 percent
The earths crust is a part of the outermost layer.
Silicon is a mixture of the minerals of the earths crust. so.... silicon isn't something from the earths crust. -thanks for your question.
The Earth's crust averages about 18 miles (30 kilometers) thick under the continents, but is only about 3 miles thick under the oceans.