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November 1, 2020 9:29 pmpts 30 pts
Question: 15/60 In a chain of oceanic volcanic islands that increase in age away from the site of active volcanism, the active volcanism is assumed to occur above a subduction zone a granite batholith a Benioff zone 9 plume of molten rodk called a hot spot
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  • Owishi Sarkar Best Answer
    The answer should be hotspot as active volcanism always take place at the point on the tectonic plate directly above the hotspot. Batholiths are discordant intrusive bodies that ar...
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    Gurmeet singh
    but batholith are formed by accumulation of plumes.
  • Sajan sarthak sahoo thankyou
    Granite batholith is a plutonic rock and forms beneath the surface . This is a case of hotspot plume activity at a fixed position and Pacific plate moves over it so it will have ...
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