By Bailey Gregorski
Layers of the Earth
As you can see, there are more layers of the Earth but those three are the most important.
I like how this picture shows how dense each layer is.
I like how in-depth this picture is.
Plate tectonic boundaries
Convergent- Tectonic plates colliding into one another.
Divergent- Tectonic plates moving apart from one another.
Transform- Two tectonic plates sliding past each other.
Convergent with Subduction- When one or both of the tectonic plates is composed of oceanic crust. The denser plate, made of oceanic crust, is sub ducted underneath the less dense plate, which can be either continental or oceanic crust.
THE RING OF FIRE!!!
A convergent boundary creates mountains, while a convergent with subduction will make volcanoes and mountains.
A transform boundary creates earthquakes and fault lines.
A divergent boundary creates volcanoes, sea-floor spreading, and trenches.