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Volcanoes at Plate Boundaries
Volcanoes are found at convergent plate boundaries due to melting resulting from subduction, and at divergent plate boundaries due to pressure release.
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Volcano Characteristics Lesson Plan
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Students explore how volcanoes are formed through examining plate boundaries and hot spots.
SCI.ESC.352 (Volcanoes - Earth Science)
SCI.ESC.354 (Volcanic Hot Spots - Earth Science)
SCI.ESC.353 (Volcanoes at Plate Boundaries - Earth Science)
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