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A subduction zone can be a result of a convergent plate boundary, but the terms are not synonymous. If the two convergent plates are continental, neither of them will subduct.
Convergent with the oceanic plate subducting under the continental plate.
In a oceanic-continentalconvergent boundaryyou normally get subduction , when one plate slides under another. In this case the plate subducting, or going under is the oceanic plate ( it is more dense ), so the mountains would be just of the continental plate. In aoceanic-oceanic convergent boundary the mountains would just be oceanic ( basalt).
Deep earthquakes occur in the Benioff zone as subducting oceanic plates slide downward into the asthenosphere. Because continental-continental convergent boundaries do not involve subduction, there are no deep earthquakes.
convergent oceanic-continental boundary
This is called a continental volcanic arc.
Convergent plate margins.
Oceanic-oceanic convergent boundary, Oceanic-continental convergent boundary, Continental-continental convergent boundary.
Convergent plate boundary.
Oceanic-oceanic convergent boundary, continental-oceanic convergent boundary, and continental-continental convergent boundary.
Oceanic-continental convergent boundary, Oceanic-oceanic convergent boundary, and Continental-continental convergent boundary.
An ocean plate is subducting if it is flowing under a less dense plate at a convergent plate boundary.
a convergent boundary
Convergent oceanic - continental and oceanic - oceanic boundaries.
When two subducting boundaries come together.
There are 3 types of Convergent boundaries, they are; 1. Continental-continental convergent boundary. 2. Continental-oceanic convergent boundary. 3. Oceanic-oceanic convergent boundary.
The Himalayas are associated with a convergent boundary between two continental plates.
it is a convergent continental continental
Continental-continental, continental-oceanic and oceanic- oceanic convergent boundaries.
Yes, to be more specific a continental-continental convergent boundary.
1. Oceanic-oceanic convergent plate boundary. 2. Continental-continental convergent plate boundary. and 3. Oceanic-continental convergent plate boundary.
The Himalayas are formed at a continental-continental convergent boundary.The Andes are formed at an oceanic-continental boundary.
At a convergent plate boundary one of the features is mountains. Volcanoes are also typical.