GEO-Discussion Question 1

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Choose one type of plate boundary and describe an example, including how the plates move relative to each other and what features are associated with them. Then, do the same for an example of one of the three types of volcanoes. Be sure to include where it is found and its eruptive history. Make sure that you do not choose examples that already have been posted by other students. You must come up with a unique choice.



  • Chapters 5-7 & 15 in Foundations of Earth Science


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There are several types of plate boundaries that exist. They include divergent plate
boundaries, convergent plate boundaries, and transform plate boundaries. Each of the plate
boundaries have distinct traits and attributes. Divergent plate boundaries occur where tectonic
boundaries are moving away from each other. With the boundaries of the tectonic plates, lava is
expelled and this discharges water that is supercharged (Wood, 2011). Most of the earthquakes
that take ...

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