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the theory that states that Earth’s outer layer is broken into large, slowly moving pieces called tectonic plates
a) earthquakes b) geological events c) plate tectonics d) none of the above
ocean basins, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and mountain building are all examples of...
a) earthquakes b) geological events c) plate tectonics d) none of the above
any place where gas, ash, or melted rock come out of the ground, lava and ash can erupt from its opening called a vent.
a) volcano b) geological events c) plate tectonics d) none of the above
A geological event that occurs when a section of rock moves along a fault, or break in Earth’s surface, releasing energy and causing the ground to shake.
a) earthquakes b) geological events c) plate tectonics d) none of the above
the boundary between tectonic plates that are colliding
a) earthquakes b) geological events c) convergent boundary d) none of the above
the boundary between two tectonic plates that are moving away from each other
a) earthquakes b) divergent boundary c) convergent bounary d) none of the above
The movement of energy as heat and material in Earth’s interior contribute to tectonic plate motions that result in such things as folding, volcanism, faulting, and uplift. All of this results in...
a) mountain building b) earthquake c) convergent boundary d) none of the above
What are the three main types of tectonic plate boundaries?
a) convergent b) divergent c) transfom d) all of the above
A boundary at which two tectonic plates move horizontally past each other
a) transform boundary b) convergent boundary c) divergent boundary d) none of the above
What causes tectonic plates to move?
a) currents in the core b) earthquakes c) Convection currents in the mantle d) none of the above
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