What types of crust are distinguished? What are their differences?

The oceanic and continental crust has different thicknesses and structures.
There is continental and oceanic crust. They differ from each other in thickness and structure. The continental crust is thicker – 35-40 km, under high mountains – up to 75 km. It consists of three layers – sedimentary, granite, basalt. The oceanic crust is much thinner – from 0.5 to 12 km – and consists of two layers – sedimentary and basaltic.

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