Category Elimination - Physical Geography

In each group, name any answer which matches the first category to reveal the second category, then name any answer which applies to both categories to reveal a third, and so on.
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Tectonic Plates according to Wikipedia
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Last updated: April 21, 2020
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Category
180
Islands larger than 2500km²
126
not in Russia, Canada, or Alaska
29
entirely north of the Tropic of Cancer
24
not in the Mediterranean
1
containing two independent states
Ireland
 
 
 
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Category
86
Tectonic Plates*
23
which are less than 50% oceanic
6
bordering the Pacific Plate
4
larger than 20,000,000km²
1
more than 80% in the Eastern Hemisphere
Eurasian Plate
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Category
392
Rivers longer than 200mi (321km)
91
in the Americas
40
that are not tributaries
11
running through 2 or more countries
1
forming more than 1,000km (621mi) of an international border
Rio Grande
 
 
 
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Category
477
Mountain Peaks above 14,000ft (4267m)
211
Not in Asia or Alaska
135
in the Northern Hemisphere
46
which starts with "Mount" or "Mont"
1
which is one of the Seven Summits
Mount Elbrus
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Level 44
Apr 21, 2020
Why does Mont Blanc work for Mount Elbrus?
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Level 70
Apr 21, 2020
Depending on the definition of the Seven Summits being used, either mountain could be considered the highest in Europe. Jetpunk usually would define Mount Elbrus as the highest European mountain, but I included Mont Blanc as a typein for complainers.
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Level 56
Apr 21, 2020
Wosh, great quiz. (◍•ᴗ•◍)❤
Surprisingly I got all which I never expected. Btw, Nile is not accepted for the first clue of River and so I didn't even try typing it for the rest. It's definitely longer than 321 km