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Explain how do upwarped mountains form?

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Upwarped mountains form when pressure inside the earth pushes the crust upwards in the center forming gently sloped mountains.
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Dome Mountains are also called Upwarped Mountains. These are formed by the action of rising magma or heat.
This pressure gently uplifts a broad area of the crust, sometimes in the shape of a dome, where it gets warped due to erosion.
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Upwarped mountains form when a wide area of land is pushed up by heat-created pressure. As time passes, erosion from weather and water flow wear away portions of the mountain, changing its shape.

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