How has sea level changes shaped the surface of the Earth?

A. As the sea level rises and falls, it causes shifts in the tectonic plates.
This is why we have earthquakes.

B. Sea levels rose as huge glaciers melted after the most recent ice age, flooding most of what we now call our continental shelf.

C. The changes in the sea level has played no role in shaping Earth.

D. As the sea level rises and falls, it creates extreme pressure on tectonics plates, forcing them back into the mantle.
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Answer:

D. As the sea level rises and falls, it creates extreme pressure on tectonics plates, forcing them back into the mantle.

Explanation:

How has sea level changes shaped the surface of the Earth?

D. As the sea level rises and falls, it creates extreme pressure on tectonics plates, forcing them back into the mantle.

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