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How does plate tectonics affect sedimentation?
I know that The plate tectonics not only affects the sedimentation by the formation of sedimentary rocks, but by how rocks move through the rock cycle to be igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks. But is that it or is there more to it?

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