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Divergent Convergent Conservative Plate motion A. Move closer together B. Move farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other Crustal volume A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both Main feature A. Chain of islands B. Mid-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench Magma type (oceanic) A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None Volcanic feature A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano A. Move closer together B. Move farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other A. Move closer together B. Move farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other A. Move closer together B. Move farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other Hotspot A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both A. Chain of islands B. Mid-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench A. Chain of islands B. Mid-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench A. Chain of islands B. Mid-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None
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Unformatted text preview: A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano Main fault type A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only A. Normal B. Reverse (thrust) C. Strike-slip A. Normal B. Reverse (thrust) C. Strike-slip Exam 2: Additional Review Questions EQ depth A. Normal B. Reverse (thrust) C. Strike-slip A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only Example A. Andes Mountains B. Hawaii islands C. Mid-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault A. Andes Mountains B. Hawaii islands C. Mid-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault A. Andes Mountains B. Hawaii islands C. Mid-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault A. Andes Mountains B. Hawaii islands C. Mid-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault...
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