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Plate Boundaries

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Tymera Foster

on 22 March 2013

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Boundaries By:Tymera & Audra Types of boundaries Definition..... Boundaries are in between plates and earthquakes occur very often in these parts. convergent boundaries come together and can form mountains. What are divergent boundaries? and what they do Convergent There are three types of boundaries Transform fault Boundaries.... What boundaries are Divergent boundaries are when two plates move apart, and may create underground volcanoes. Transform fault is when two plates run past eachother, creating earthquakes. What are oceanic plates? Oceanic plates are plates are apart of Earths lithosphere that surfaces the ocean basins. What Are Contenental Plates? The Earth's rocky outer crust solidified billions of years ago, soon after the Earth formed. The plates are made of rock and drift all over the globe. they move both horizontally (sideways) and vertically (up and down). Over long periods of time, the plates also change in size as their margins are added to, crushed together, or pushed back into the Earth's mantle. magma smoke Lithosphere Asthenosphere Lithoshere Contenental Crust
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