What Plate Boundary Is Mt St Helens on?

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Mt. St Helens is on the North American Plate. The boundary between the North American and Eurasian Plates is known as the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which is a divergent boundary. There are three main types of Tectonic Plate boundaries; divergent boundaries, transform boundaries and convergent boundaries.
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