Plate Boundary Project By: Jake smith

This is after an earthquake!!! Also from google
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Divergent boundary!!! Theses plate move away from each other and make the earth split apart. The rocks under the crust break apart when the plates move. After the plates move so far apart, it forms a river. The Divergent plates go from Iceland to Around Antartica. The Mid-Atlantic ridge is 65,000 km long.

Convergent Plate Boundary

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One of the plates goes under the other and then a volcano is formed and the other plate gets melted as it's going into the earth. This happens on the West Coast of South America.

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This is a transform plate boundary. They go the opposite direction and while they do, they rub together and make earthquakes. The rocks under the earths crust are affected by this because they are put under pressure and break. After this all happens, a crack in the earth is formed, this happens on the sea floor.

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