Where do earths plates pass?
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earths plates are made of rock and drift all over the globe and the plates both move horizontallly
when the earths plates move we either have earthquakes, tsunamis, and we get ridges and trenches.
yes, it does have connection of the earths plates because when two plates go together it burst water under the ocean
They are called tectonic plates! ;)
the earths mantle
The Earth's crust has what are called tectonic plates.
Plates shift back and forth
there are 8 plates
They are called tectonic plates.
its the earths crust
Lower mantle is the surface on which the lithospheric plates move around earths surface.
Well, when earths plates move away from each other that's when it happens but move well then NO!
The worlds tectonic plates slide on the earths mantle.
Tectonic Plates plates
The plates are pushing against eachother.
tectonic plates are the rocky seagments in earths lithosphere.
plate tectonics are moving plates under the earths surface
No the tectonic plates are on top of the crust.
When earths plates separate they form Volcanoes
The plates move
The Earths surface changes shape when plates collide when the earths surface overlaps or when there are Earthquakes.
How many plates is the Earths lithosphere broken into??
The tectonic plates combined together
There called tectonic plates, and they do not float on anything.
Its Tectonic Activity
because of subduction
magma in the asthenosphere
The crust. All of the Earths crust are part of techtonic plates.
The mantle holds up the plates.
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the earths plates shifted....
the movement of earths plates or crust
Yes they do.
Pieces of the lithosphere
Slow and constant.
the speed of the earths plates are very slow, and sometimes they don't move at all. if the earths plates were constantly moving (allot) then we would not be able to build cities because of constant earthquakes.
When two of the earths plates slide past each other they creat an earthquake and built mountain ranges.
When earths crust,or plates scrape past each other it causes a earthquake C: