Continent Continent Convergent Plate Boundaries
What Happens If Two Oceanic Plates of the Same Density Converge
Q: What happens if two oceanic plates of the same density converge?
What happens if two oceanic plates of the same density converge?
When two lithospheric plates of similar density collide, they typically fold and fracture as they push together, resulting in a region of uplift that may form a mountain chain.
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