Which of the following European mountain ranges will rise the most in the next century?

the Harz
the Grampian Mountains
the Carpathian Mountains
the Ural Mountains
The Carpathi­an Moun­tains were formed during the Alpine orogeny. The orogeny has started in the Triassic (200 mln years ago) and con­tin­ues today, so The Carpathi­an Moun­tains are still forming, peaks are still growing.

Answers distribution

the Harz
the Grampian Mountains
the Carpathian Mountains
the Ural Mountains
answers
flagUkraine
0%
20%
70%
10%
10
flagIndia
11%
2%
65%
20%
35
flagNorway
13%
9%
54%
22%
22
flagPoland
12%
18%
52%
15%
4866
flagCanada
9%
14%
52%
23%
21
flagthe Netherlands
10%
15%
52%
21%
19
flagItaly
11%
29%
52%
5%
17
flagthe United States
12%
11%
51%
24%
162
flagGermany
12%
20%
51%
14%
62
flagthe United Kingdom
13%
17%
50%
17%
146
flagFrance
6%
12%
43%
37%
16
flagAustralia
6%
25%
37%
31%
16

Gender

men48%
women50%
the Harz
13%
13%
the Grampian Mountains
23%
19%
the Carpathian Mountains
48%
50%
the Ural Mountains
14%
16%

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