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GE306 Practical Presentation

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Manasa Vula

on 14 August 2014

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GE306 Practical Presentation
Convergence Plate Boundary
ocean- ocean convergence
ocean- continent convergence
ocean- ocean convergence
e.g. Pacific plate and Philippine plate
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Island arc Formation - An island arc is a type of archipelago, often composed of a chain of volcanoes, with arc-shaped alignment, situated parallel and close to a boundary between two converging tectonic plates.
Trench: very deep, elongated cavity bordering a continent or an island arc; it forms when one tectonic plate slides beneath another
Ocean- continent convergence
Geomorphology- the oceanic plate is more dense than the continental plate, thus it is subducted beneath the continental crust
Divergent Plate Boundary
Continental Plate Separation
Oceanic Plate Separation
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Philippine plate
Pacific plate
Philippine plate
Pacific plate
Nazca plate is submerged under the South- American Plate
Iceland
Continental Plate Separation
Mid Atlantic Ridge
oceanic plate separation
Transform Fault Boundaries
Mid-ocean ridge transform fault
Continental Transform fault
fault
North- American plate
By: Elenoa Ravula (s11078975)
Manasa Vula (s11078120)

Introduction
Plate tectonics
movement of plates and forces acting upon them
3 types of boundaries

driven by mantle convection system
Discuss The different plate boundaries and its geomorphology

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