Convergent Boundaries types - • You will have a set of...

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Convergent Boundaries Types of Boundaries Accreted Terranes
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Parts of a Subduction Zone NOTE: not all convergent boundaries have a subduction zone 1. Trench 2. volcanic arc 3. forearc – accretionary wedge 4. backarc – sediments and stress (often tensional)
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Figure 14.4A Oceanic-Oceanic
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Figure 14.4B Oceanic-Continental (Andean Boundary)
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Figure 14.9B Continental-Continental
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Continental Accretion Accumulation of various types of peaks/mountains to form one mountain range
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Figure 14.14A
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Figure 14.14B
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Figure 14.14C
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Activity: Part I Use figures 14.4 A, 14.4 B, and 14.9B for this activity
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Unformatted text preview: • You will have a set of pictures and a Venn diagram • Each circle on the diagram represents a type of convergent boundary • Label the three large circles on your Venn diagram with: oc-oc, oc-cont, and cont-cont • Determine which part of the Venn diagram each feature belongs (write it on your diagram) Activity: Part II • Construct a table with the 13 features that you labeled on the map • Column 1 – feature proper name • Column 2 – type of landform (use ones from Venn diagram activity) • Column 3 – type of convergent boundary...
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