Plate Boundaries by: mauro sanchez

The Divergent Boundary spreads apart. The stress that the Divergent Boundary has is tension. Deep trenches are oftenly formed and earthquakes are common too. A real life example of a divergent boundary would be the mid ocean ridge, it was discovered in the 1950s.
This is a mountain that was created by a divergent boundary
This is the mid ocean ridge in motion
This is a volcano that was formed by a divergent boundary
The convergent boundary push towards each other. The stress that the convergent boundary has is compression. Volcanic Mountains or islands are created by convergent boundaries. A real life example of a convergent boundary would be the west coast of South America.
This is a picture of the west coast of South America.
This is a picture of a mountain that was formed by a convergent boundary.
This is a picture of a volcano that was formed by a convergent boundary.
The transform plate boundary slide past each other. The stress that the transform boundary has is shear. Strong earthquakes and islands are A real life example of a transform boundary would be San Andreas.
This is a picture of San Andreas.
This is a picture of a mountain formed by a transform boundary.
This is a volcano formed by a transform boundary.

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