Theory of Tectonic Plates
By: Cade Moser
Oceanic Oceanic Convergent
It is when at least one of the two plates is filled with oceanic crust.
In the photo above the oceanic oceanic convergent one is the one in the red which is around Japan area and India
Oceanic Continental Convergance
Where the two plates meet, the denser oceanic lithosphere of the Nazca Plate is forced down and under the more buoyant continental lithosphere of the South American Plate, descending at an angle into the mantle in a process called subduction.
It surrounds South Africa mostly.
Continental Continental Convergence
These boundaries create mountain ranges.
Around India area and highest mountain in the world.
These are places where plates slide sideway past each other.
It wraps around the Philippines island and is leaned against the Australia area.