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Continent-Continent Convergent Plate Boundaries
Explains that mountain ranges are created where two continental plates come together at a convergent plate boundary.
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Plate Boundary Types
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In this tutorial, Jennifer reviews the three types of plate boundaries (Convergent, Transform and Divergent), the sub-types of each. She also provides modern analogs and the geographic/tectonic features you should expect to find at each type.
SCI.ESC.269 (Continent-Continent Convergent Plate Boundaries - Earth Science)
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