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What is endogenic process?

What is endogenic process?

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Asked by Charlotte, Last updated: Oct 22, 2020

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M. Jabrowsky

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Answered Sep 28, 2020

Endogenic processes in earth science are an activity of the body's interior geodynamic actions. They include isostatic, volcanic, and tectonic processes, which made the surface of every earthly globe, the moon, and fundamentally all other astronomical system bodies with firm surfaces that have been perceived in certain detail.

The latest spacecraft perceptions have established this notion and uncovered older or recent endogenic actions even on bodies where this was not formerly anticipated. The study of endogenic processes and consequential terrain and topography puts essential restrictions on the interior evolution and the surface past of a geologic body.

The major power sources for endogenic processes are heat and the rearrangement of material in the interior of the earth according to density. The heats heat majorly comes from radiation. The constant production of heat in the earth's interior leads to the movement of heat toward the surface.

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Matz Lewis Clark

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Answered Sep 10, 2020

An endogenic process is a geographical process that is created below the surface of the earth.

This process is the way that many landforms come to pass.

• Endogenic processes include tectonic movements of the circuit, magmatism, metamorphism, and seismic activity.

• The primary energy sources for endogenic processes are heat and the transfer of material underneath the earth.

• It is measured according to density.

• The radiation that comes from the earth’s interior causes the flow of heat toward the surface.

• The atmosphere is the chief source of magma formation, in such a layer in the upper mantle.

• Endogenic forces are the pressure that comes from the core of the earth.

• This movement of the earth may be brought about by the energy that comes from the earth’s interior.

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C. OWENS

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Answered Sep 08, 2020

The endogenic process in geology is a function of a body internal geodynamic activity. It happens under the earth in which many people do not have an idea of the fact that the earth is moving because they do not fell it.

Endogenic processes involve tectonic movements of the earth's crust, magmatism, metamorphism, and seismic activity. The energy source of all endogenic processes is heat and the distribution of the material in the earth's interior.

The different form of endogenic processes that the earth has gone through has made it possible for different landforms to emerge, meaning without the presence of endogenic process that has occurred in the past, we will not have seen most of the landforms that we have today.

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F. Lopez

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Answered May 11, 2020

The endogenic process is a geological process. It occurs under the Earth's surface. Many people are not aware of the fact that the Earth is always moving because they do not feel it. The movement that Earth goes through is caused by the interior of the Earth.

There are many endogenic processes. They include faulting, folding, and volcanism. When this process occurs, it makes way for the different landforms on Earth to be created.

For instance, when we see volcanoes or mountains, it is an endogenous process that allowed for that to occur. Despite not feeling it, these processes are extremely important to our world.

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I. Woods

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Answered Mar 18, 2020

Some people are not too familiar with the endogenic process. There are so many things that it can mean. There are a lot of people who have associated endogenic with some of the processes of the earth. Take note that because of endogenic processes, there are so many things that have formed here on earth. The endogenic processes that the earth has gone through have made it possible for different landforms to emerge. Take note that there are so many landscapes that may not have been formed without proper endogenic processes that have occurred in the past.
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D. Peter

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Answered Mar 12, 2020

The endogenic process is known to be a type of geological process that usually happens below the surface of the earth. According to reports, the geological process is usually the reason why there are many types of landforms that have formed. There is actually a process that can be followed to make the endogenic process take place properly.

First of all, folding and faulting are the main movements that will take place. Aside from that, you can expect that earthquakes, volcanism, and so much more will also make sure that the endogenic process is possible—the more that you know about this, the more that you will understand how the world works.

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Anika Nicole

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Answered Sep 14, 2018

An endogenic process is a geological process that is formed, originated, and located below the surface of the earth. Most of the endogenic processes are folding and faulting. These are the reasons behind major landform features.

These are only endogenic processes which are highly responsible for earthquake and major volcanic activities.

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Danny R. Glover

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Answered Jul 11, 2018

An endogenic process is something that occurs underneath the earth’s surface. A lot of people do not realize that the earth is constantly moving. We are just so accustomed to it that we do not feel it anymore. The earth’s movement may be brought about by the energy that comes from the interior of the earth. There are different endogenous processes that occur such as folding, faulting, and volcanism.

An endogenic process is something that occurs underneath the earth’s surface. A lot of people

These are the processes that allow the various landforms on earth to form. The next time that you see mountains and volcanoes, you will realize that an endogenous process has occurred to make the landform appear on earth. This is a fascinating fact, don’t you think?

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d.Jessica

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Answered Sep 07, 2017

Endogenic processes originate below the Earth's surface; particularly applied to Earth movements (by faulting and earthquakes) and volcanic activity. By contrast, exogenous processes come from forces on or above the Earth's surface. Endo is a prefix meaning "in" while Exo is a prefix meaning "out". The Earth is shaped by many different geological processes.

Endogenic processes originate below the Earth's surface; particularly applied to Earth

The forces that cause these processes come from both above and beneath the Earth's surface. There are three main endogenous processes: folding, faulting and volcanism. They take place mainly along the plate boundaries, which are the zones that lay on the edges of plates. These zones are weak. Endogenous processes cause many major landform features.

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John Smith

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Answered Aug 17, 2017

Energy making process. Volcanoes, earthquakes Energy INSIDE earth.
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