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At this type of boundary magma rises to the surface and new crust is ...

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new crust forms at divergint bounderies where plates move apart magma oozes up and cools down and creates new crust and the old crust moves away and ...

New Ocean Crust May Form Slower Than Thought - Live Science

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Apr 26, 2012 ... New ocean crust that forms at mid-ocean ridges on the seafloor may form ... Mid- ocean ridges are the boundaries between tectonic plates and are the ... that magmas that form new crust at fast-spreading ridges rise up from the ...

Magmas and Igneous Rocks

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Magmas are hot liquid solutions of silicate rock forming elements and volatiles. ... Magmas form in the crust and upper mantle, within 200 km (most shallower) of the ... Partial melting is thus a way of differentiating material, making new rocks that differ ... Beneath a mid-ocean ridge basaltic magma rises and pools in a magma .....

Magma and Plate Tectonics - How Volcanoes Work | HowStuffWorks

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Magma and Plate Tectonics - Magma is fluid molten rock that exists under the Earth's crust. ... material does melt, forming magma that makes its way through the outer crust. ... The activity at the boundary between some of these plates is the primary catalyst for ... As the magma flows out, it cools, hardening to form new crust.

Plate Tectonics Flashcards | Quizlet

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At a ______ plate boundary new crust is created as two or more plates pull away from ... When oceanic plates collide with continental plates a ______ will form .... A series of mountains that are close together and rise 300m (1,000ft) above its ... to the surface, where plumes of less dense magma break apart the plates at the ...

Plate Boundaries - IRIS

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plate boundaries new oceanic lithosphere is created in the ... rock rises and partial melting occurs. New crust is created by the magma pushing up from the.

Earth's Surface - Utah Science

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The boundary where two plates move apart is called a divergent boundary. ... If this oozing magma is continually forming new crust, then why doesn't the crust get ... The magma is less dense which rises to the surface forming volcanoes.

Divergent Boundaries - Classroom of the Future

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In this way, new crust is formed along the boundary. Earthquakes occur along the faults, and volcanoes form where the magma reaches the surface. ... Oceanic ridges rise a kilometer or so above the ocean floor and form a global network tens ...

Evolution of Continents and Oceans - Indiana University Bloomington

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Divergent boundaries -- where new crust is generated as the plates pull away from each other. ... convection and new crust is created by magma pushing up from the mantle. ... The consequences of this type of plate movement are easy to see around ..... In Iceland, where the Mid-Atlantic Ridge rises above the sea surface, ...

What features form at tectonic plate boundaries?

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Mar 11, 2014 ... The Earth's outer crust (the lithosphere) is composed of a series of tectonic plates . ... Deep trenches are often formed where tectonic plates are being ... The new magma (molten rock) rises and may erupt violently to form ...