collide into each other
When tectonic plates collide they often form volcanoes or moutains. But when they slide past each other they create earthquakes...like in Haiti or Japan.
Tectonic plates separate from each other or collide with each other because they float on magma, and there are currents in the magma which push on the plates.
a convergent boundery
a convergent boundary!
It creates mountians
When the plates push past each other, it is called, they COLLIDE!
its called convergent boundary
when plates collide. They push each other up and create mountains.
The plates are moving towards each other and they collide.
a convergent boundary
they hug each other
When plates collide into each other or Convergent boundary that forms Volcanoes and Mountain ranges. When they split apart or Divergent plate boundary that forms mid ocean ridges under water and on land it forms a valley or a rift valley when they slip past each other or transform boundary it causes earthquakes.
when tectonic plates move toward each othe forms
Compression is the type of stress that results when tectonic plates collide, while Tension is the result of tectonic plates pulling away from each other.
A convergent boundary is formed when the two plates collide. Also, a divergent boundary is when they move away from each other.
they collide and create earthquake
A destructive plate boundary.
Is form when two plates collide; is caused by the force pushing against each other (the plates).
Divergent Boundary. That is when the plates seperate. Convergent Boundary is when they collide. Transform Boundary is when they slide past each other.
When tectonic plated collide they create an earthquake. It happens by them colliding and shaking each other forming a big movement.
1. Transform boundaries occur when the plates grind past each other. 2. Divergent boundaries occur where plates slide apart from each other. 3. Convergent boundaries occur when two plates collide on each other.