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NameGeology 102L Physical GeologyPlate Tectonics Lab (2020 revision)Maps to use:This Dynamic Planet (USGS publications)- A Global Map/Atlas – The National Geographic Map below can be used or an equivalent one that includes geographic and sea floor features. Please save this documenton your computer with a file name including your name before entering your answers into the tables provided, then save your copy & submit it via Canvas.Directions: -Identify several examplesof each of the following plate tectonic settingsusing the maps referenced above.-Read through the plate tectonic settings so that you are clear on what this term means.-For each example, provide a geographic namefor the setting (e.g., the Andes Mountains, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, etc.) and identify the tectonic plate(s) that are involved.-The plate namesare identified on the This Dynamic PlanetMap. -Read the legend at the bottomof the This Dynamic Planet Map. It explains the symbols used on the map. Associated Geologic Features/ Phenomena-This Dynamic Planet Map does not provide the names of associated geologic features. To find these you will need to use the global atlas from National Geographic (link above).

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