What is the definition of divergent plate boundaries?

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Divergent plate boundaries refer to tectonic boundaries in which two plates move away from each other. A new crust results from magma, which rises to the Earth's surface amid the two plates.
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Divergent plate boundaries are the areas between tectonic plates where new crust is created as the plates move away from each other. A rift or deep valley may appear over time or
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At spreading ridges, or similar extensional boundaries, earthquakes are shallow, aligned strictly along the axis of spreading, and show an extensional mechanism. Earthquakes in extensional
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