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The lithosphere is the rocky outer part of the Earth. It is made up of a brittle crust and the top part of the upper mantle. The lithosphere is the coolest and most rigid part of the Earth. Larger areas of the lithosphere with particular formation are referred to as physiotopes whilst specific rock and soil forms are referred to as geotopes.
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- Types of rock.
- Types of soil.
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