Results for: Convergent-boundary

In Geology

What forms at a convergent boundary?

A convergent boundary is a place where two plates collide, which can form earthquakes from the impact, and volcanoes. Mountains can also be formed by this process. The Himalay (MORE)

Is a mountain a example of a convergent boundary?

A mountain is an example of a possible result of converging plate boundaries. An actual example of a converging plate boundary would be the Indian-Eurasian Plate Boundary whic (MORE)
In Science

What is a convergent boundary?

a convergent boundary is when plates run in to each other that one of them slides up and crumples normally making a volcano or mountain
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