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Divergent Plate Boundary-

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Divergent Plate Boundaries move away from each other, allowing magma to rise up from inside the Earth. The magma reaches the bottom of the ocean turns in to lava and cools forming new rock.The divergent landforms that are created are Mid-ocean ridges.Its stress is Tension.There plate motion they move apart from each other.A date is The Great M9.2 Alaska Earthquake and Tsunami of March 27, 1964Largest Earthquake in Alaska.

Divergent effects

Divergent Earthquake

Convergent Plate Boundary-The plate motion is that they converge onto each other. It's stress is compression stress.The landforms that it makes are continental rifts March 2011 an enormous 9.0 earthquake struck off of Sendai in northeastern Japan. This quake, called the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake, was the most powerful ever to strike Japan and one of the top five known in the world.

Convergent Plate Boundary

Convergent effects

Convergent effects

Transform Boundary-Its tectonic plates slide paste one another.Its stress is shear stress, the landforms it has is perpendicular mid ocean ridgesThe strongest and most famous earthquake along the San Andreas fault hit San Francisco in 1906. Many buildings were shaken to pieces by the quake, and much of the rest of the city was destroyed by the fires that followed.

Transform effects

convergent effect

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