This occurs in a subduction zone.
A continent to continent convergent boundary does not have a subduction zone.
Ocean and continental convergent boundaries cause subduction zones, volcanoes, earthquakes and new mountains.
Volcanoes that form at subduction zones form on the ocean floor, instead of on a continent. If the volcano stays active over a long period it will emerge as an island.
Subduction of the ocean floor takes place at trenches.
Trenches are deep ocean features of subduction zones.
The connection is that the ocean floor spreading is what causes the subduction. When the steadily enlarging ocean floor meets a continental plate it slides under it. That's what subduction means.
First of all, subduction causes deep ocean trenches. Subduction happens when two convergent boundries come together and 1 slides under the other, causing a deep ocean trench.
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A subduction zone is a place at the margin of a continent where the neighbouring oceanic plate is 'subducted'. That is, the oceanic plate, moving toward the continental plate, goes down into the mantle because it is heavier than the continental plate. Subduction zones typically cause deep ocean trenches.
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