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Mr. Olson 6th Grade Science Chapter 2B

The layer of Earth below the lithosphere is called what? asthenosphere
What is the highest mountain peak in the world? Mt. Everest
When convection occurs, what is the path along which the energy is transferred called? convection currents
Plates collide, or come together where? convergent boundaries
The solid, rocky layer of Earth is called what? lithosphere
What is the process by which energy is transferred through a liquid called? convection
What mountain range was formed when a plate carrying India rammed into a plate carrying Asia? Himalayas
Plates that move away from one another are called what? divergent boundaries
What is the name of a volcano in the Cascade Mountain Range? Mount St. Helens
Plates move past one another at what? Transform fault
Which type of mountains form when masses of rock move up or down along a fault? fault block
The Appalachian Mountains are an example of which type of mountains? folded mountains
Which type of mountains form when two tectonic plates collide? folded mountains
Earth's plates move over its surface because of convection currents in the __________. asthenosphere
Mountains form as a result of 4 basic processes, what are they? folding, faulting, doming, volcanic activity
Pikes Peak is an example of what type of mountain? dome
Created by: mr.olson