True or false?
The point where two or more plates meet is known as a plate boundary. It is at these locations where earthquakes, volcanoes and fold mountain form. There are four main types of plate boundary.
Which of the following is not an example of a plate margin?
Which plate margin occurs when two tectonic plates move apart?
Which plate margin occurs when an oceanic plate and continental plate move towards each other?
Which plate margin occurs when two plates slide past each other?
Volcanoes occur at which plate margins?
Fold mountains can be found at which plate margin?
Which plate margin can feature oceanic ridges and volcanic islands?
What type of plate margin exists along the boundary between the Pacific Plate and the Eurasian Plate?
Which plate margin has a subduction zone?
Plate margins quiz
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