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Tectonic Plates

Yo yo this is about tectonic plates and this is for homework :O lol

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What could happen if two plates collide? When two plates collide it could create a fold mountain, volcano or an earthquake.
What could happen if two plates seperate? When two plates separate it could make a volcano or a Mid-Ocean Ridge.
What could happen if two plates slide past each other? When two plates slide past each other they could make an earthquake.
What is the name of hottest layer? The Inner Core.
What is the name of the layer that we're living on? The Crust.
What is the name of the layer where Convection Currents occur? The Mantle.
What is the name of the layer in between the Inner Core and the Mantle? The Outer Core.
How many layers are there in total? 4
Does the North American and Eurasian Plates Collide, Separate or Slide past each other? Separate
Which two plates created the Himalayas by colliding with each other? The Eurasian and the Indian Plate.
What was the name of a person that thought that all the continents were together and that he called it the Continental Drift? Alfred Wegener
Created by: Kamil1A