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# CR Geologist

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13 Sep 2004, 07:01
Only E seems to address why it took longer time.
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17 Sep 2004, 19:10
sorry on second thoughts i believe the answer should be A although i am not sure. Can some one please provide the OA.

I am choosing A because the stem says that the plume emitting the lava is stationary and as the continent slids westward I believe more and more of the plume is exposed.

Somehow i feel that the eastern side will have the largest craters because given that the plume would be of a fixed diameter as the continent will keep sliding westward most of the lava will be utilized on the eastern side.
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18 Sep 2004, 00:48
OA is D? Can somebody please explain the question stem to me please. I am not able to even understand that.
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