By Ethan Margot
Ocean to Ocean- The older plate goes under the newer one and heats up greatly. This releases magma and creates new ocean floor.
Ocean to Continental- The ocean boundary is forced under the land one, which causes it to heat up and create new land.
Continental to Continental- The plates collide, forcing one plate up, forming a new mountain range
A divergent boundary is when plates pull apart from each other.
Ridge- A divergent boundary under the ocean. It forms new land by releasing magma.
Rift- A divergent boundary on land. It creates cracks in the Earth, earthquakes, and volcanoes.