plate boundaries jakob rogers

divergent plate boundary

the motion of the divergent plate boundary is they more away from each other and create new crust and the stress is tension

the transform plate boundary

two plates slide horizontally past one another along a transform plate boundary earthquakes are common along this type of plate boundary

convergent plate boundary

when an Oceania and a continental plate collide they form a convergent plate boundary

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