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Curious Kids: how and when did Mount Everest become the tallest mountain? And will it remain so?

By Brendan Duffy, Lecturer in Applied Geoscience, The University of Melbourne
Sandra McLaren, Associate professor, The University of Melbourne
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Everest didn't become the highest mountain overnight. This process was excruciatingly slow; a result of complex interactions between the solid earth, the atmosphere and the biosphere.


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