What are the Names of the 4 plate boundaries?
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The Are Seven Primary Plates, so there cannot be only Five Boundaries, I know the tectonic Plates are The 1. African Plate 2. Antarctic Plate 3. Eurasian Plate 4. Indo-Australian Plate 5. North American Plate 6. Pacific Plate 7. South American Plate There Are Three Basic types of boundary; Divergent, Convergent and Transform boundaries Hopefull somebody can tell you all their names of the boundaires between them because these different Plates will me touching two…
There are 3 major types of plate boundaries. There are convergent, divergent and transform. there are also 3 types of convergent boundaries- oceanic to oceanic crust plate boundaries, oceanic to continental, and continental to continental. convergent boundaries give you trenches and mountain ranges (some volcanic), divergent boundaries make mountain ranges, and transform boundaries (which are continental crust pieces sliding up against each other) give you earthquakes
There are three main plate boundaries, convergent plate boundaries,divergent plate boundaries and transform fault boundaries. Convergent plate boundaries are when the plates collide together, this often causes mountain building. Divergent plate boundaries are when plates are moving apart, this is what caused the Mid Atlantic Ridges. Transform Fault Boundaries is when they move past each other horizontally, this boundary dosent cause any new landforms.
All of the tectonic plates have different types of plate boundaries, most having all three types of plate boundaries. Convergent, where the plate is subducting under another plate, divergent, where the plate is pulling away from another plate, and transform boundaries where the plates are sliding past each other.
Divergent boundaries -- where new crust is generated as the plates pull away from each other. Convergent boundaries -- where crust is destroyed as one plate dives under another. Transform boundaries -- where crust is neither produced nor destroyed as the plates slide horizontally past each other. Plate boundary zones -- broad belts in which boundaries are not well defined and the effects of plate interaction are unclear.