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Convergent Plate Boundaries Activity 1. Draw in the location of convergent boundaries on your map. Figure 2.20 on pp. 52-53 and fig. 2.23, and p. 357 may be helpful in locating these areas. Convergent boundaries can be identified on my by oceanic trenches as well. 2. Draw and label the following features on the world map. Page 380 has some of the features on it.
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Unformatted text preview: You may also need to use an atlas or the internet to locate these places. • Appalachian • Tonga Islands • Krakatau • Rockies • West Indies (Islands) • Alps • Himalayas • Andes • Mt. Pelee • Mariana trench • Mt. Vesuvius • Aleutian Islands • Mt. St. Helens World Map...
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