Plate Boundaries By : chloe Mcguire


The convergent boundaries are where two plates collide. The more dense plate sinks and the less dense plat rises causing a trench and other things.


Divergent plate boundaries forms where two plates separate. This is where lava erupts, cools, and forms new oceanic crust. If occurred in the middle of a continent, a rift valley will form.

Transform Plate Boundaries

A transform plate boundary is where two plates slide past each other. They can get stuck when they are moving past each other, and when this happens earthquakes come.


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