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Landform Formation Eric Angat Teacher
1. How are mountain ranges formed? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngV66m00UvU
Continental crust Continental crust and continental crust convergent Colliding continental crusts form mountain ranges.
2. What are the different types of mountains? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVqfaUWurSs
The different types of mountains. 1. Volcanic and dome mountains are formed by magma. 2. Fold mountains are formed when plates collide. 3. Block mountains are formed by faults.
3. How does mantle convection affect Earth’s crust? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryrXAGY1dmE
Mantle convection happens in the mantle causing the tectonic plates to move and form landforms.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwfNGatxUJI 4. What determines the speed at which the tectonic plates are moving?
The convection current in the mantle moves the continents. The weight of subducting tectonic plates hasten the movement of plates
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxPTLmg0ZCw 5.What are the two tectonic plates that make up the San Andreas fault?
Pacific plate Pacific Ocean, Los Angeles, Hawaii, Japan North American plate
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqeKxh6NIIE 6. What are the three types of convergent boundaries?
3 Types of Convergent Boundaries 1. Oceanic plate and continental plate 3. Continental plate and continental plate 2. Oceanic plate and Oceanic plate Trench, subduction, volcanoes No Subduction, mountain ranges (Himalayas, Appalachian) Trench, subduction, volcanoes, island arch, mountains
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXDYoCqwSbM 7. What are the three types of plate boundaries?
Theory of Plate Tectonics Plate Tectonics Plate Boundaries Causes of Plate Tectonics.
1.How do the rocks of the crust and lithosphere compare? Rocks in the crust are less dense and made mainly of granite. The rocks in the lithosphere are.
The Theory of Plate Tectonics. The lithosphere is divided into separate sections called plates. The plates carry continents and ocean crust or both.
Chapter 8: Plate TectonicsChapter 8: Plate Tectonics 8.1: Earth has several layers 8.2: Continents change position over time 8.3: Plates move apart 8.4:
The Theory of Plate Tectonics. Plate Tectonics Plate tectonics is the theory that explains why and how continents move. By the 1960s evidence supported.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Plate Tectonics What evidence do scientists have to support the fact that the Earths crust is continuously moving?
Plate Movement and Plate Boundaries Chapter 4, Section 3.
Constructive and Destructive Earth Processes Todays Essential Question How does our Earths crust continue to change?
Plate Boundaries and Plate Interactions. Goals Classify and label the types of movement at plate boundaries, using a world map that shows relative plate.
Topic: Earth’s Features Essential Question: What crustal features are created by the movement of Earth’s plates?
Landforms (Relief Features) associated with plate boundaries ? ? ?
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Essentials of Geology, 1b–1 Plate Tectonics A geological theory that states that pieces of Earth’s.
Plate Tectonics. Brief Structure of the Earth Divided into layers: –Core, mantle, crust.
Plate Tectonics Continental Drift Theory Theory of Plate Tectonics Plate Boundaries.
The Structure of the Earth and Plate Tectonics. Structure of the Earth The Earth is made up of 3 main layers: –Core –Mantle –Crust Inner core Outer core.
Plate Tectonics. The Earth's surface is made up of a series of large plates (like pieces of a giant jigsaw puzzle). These plates are in constant motion.
Imagine the Earth as a hardboiled egg……………………. The thin brittle shell is the crust that humans live on. The thick jelly like white is the deep hot magma.
Do Now # 4 What is the difference between convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries?
How Do Earths Plates Move? Chapter 1, Section 2, pD14-19.
CAUSE & EFFECT IN PLATE TECTONICS. What happens where? Margin TypeVolc.EQsF-T Mtns Trench PassiveNNNN DivergentYYNN TransformNYN?N C-C CollisionNYYN C-O.
Plate Tectonics 6.E.2.2 Explain how crustal plates and ocean basins are formed, move and interact using earthquakes, heat flow and volcanoes to reflect.
Mr. Russo Beaumont High School Divergent boundary Convergent boundary Transform fault boundary Oceanic Ridge Rift Valley Seafloor Spreading.
Plate Tectonics Lynn Hahn. Tectonic Plate Theory Theory that explains the movement of continents across the globe. It explains why some earthquakes occur.
Chapter 19 Plate Tectonics. Alfred Wegener l A man with an idea. l In 1912 l Noticed similar shapes l similar fossils l Similar rock structures l Similar.
Why do earthquakes and volcanoes happen?. In this presentation, I will learn; How to explain where earthquakes and volcanoes gghappen Why earthquakes.
Warm Up 11/ What hypothesis states that the continents were once joined to form a single supercontinent? a. continental driftc. plate tectonics.
Some questions we will answer today: –How is the earth always changing? –What forces inside the earth create and change landforms on the surface? –What.
Seafloor Spreading What evidence do scientists have to support the fact that the Earths crust is continuously moving?
Plate Tectonics. The youngest material on the ocean floor is found where plates move apart. On which of the following structures is it usually found?
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