The lithosphere is the very top layer of the Earth's crust, while the asthenosphere is the semi-fluid layer just beneath it. The asthenosphere is found between 50 to a few hundred miles below the lithosphere. More »

The lithosphere on earth includes the rocky outer shell of the planet, the upper layer of mantle, and the crust. This layer, broken up into sections or tectonic plates, moves constantly and is responsible for the geologi... More »

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The lithosphere, which is Earth's hard rock layer, has a depth of about 62.14 miles. The lithosphere consists of the crust and the upper region of the mantle, which are the Earth's uppermost layers. More »

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The lithosphere comprises the crust and the upper section of the mantle. It forms the rigid exterior of the Earth, which is composed of the crust, mantle and core. More »

The eight commonly occurring elements that are found in Earth's lithosphere include oxygen, silicon, calcium, sodium, magnesium, aluminum, potassium and iron. The crust, which forms part of the lithosphere, contains arou... More »

The lithosphere, or the solid, outer part of Earth, is about 44 to 62 miles thick. It is 3,958 miles to the center of the Earth. Flowing rocks and molten minerals are a relatively short distance below the surface of ocea... More »

The temperature of the asthenosphere begins at a little over 1,600 degrees Fahrenheit but does not rise above 6,700 degrees F. It lies beneath the lithosphere or crust of the earth and the more rigid part of the upper ma... More »