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1 NAtvtE DAE CASS TR,ANSPARENCY 2Z D Plqte Tecfnics Chpter 13 c t E LU t JJ OJ lll C) U / / l i\! rl,l lt rl {/1il t ryl,{,t,, llr tl lr t"l 'ri, / lt: ir,ffi /- t,-, /-.- \-... _r:/:t_ ; r1: { :::\i ri { ' sl bl l 8l glj.g CL g.= J c,.,i ctt E 0' E 6 a. Cpyright Glenc Divisin f Mcmilln/McGrw-Hill Users l hbrill Eark &ience hrn the publishe/s permissin t reprduce ttis pge. 53

2 NAME DAE CLASS TRANSPARENCY 27 Plqte Tectnics Chpbr 13 OCEAN'GCONTNENA CONYERGENC f. 1. Explain rvhat happens t ceanic crust when ceanic and cntinental plates cnverge; 2. When ceanic and cntinental plates cnverge, what d yu call the subductin ne that frms? 3. What change n the cntinent's surface may be caused by the cnvergence f these plates? Explain the steps that bring abut this change. ' 4. Hw are the lithsphere and the asthensphere affected by ceanic-cntinental cnvergence? 5. The Andes are vlcanic in rigin. The Himalayas are nt vlcanic. One f these muntain ranges was frmed by ceanic-cntinental cnvergence. Hw d yu knw which ne? l, 54 Cryrfuht Glence Divisim f AtlcmilhnA{cGrw-Hill U*r: fr lterrr.iil Eanh *furra hve the publisher,r permisrin rprduce this pge.

3 NAfllE DATE c!.45s TR,A.NSPARENCY 28 P e Tectnics Chger 3 OCE AN C - OCEANC CONYERGENCE 1. Explain hw symbls indicate that the diagram shws a cnvergent bundary and nt a diver- ' gent bundary. 2. Describe what ne ceanic plate must d when tw tectnic plates cnverge in mid-cean. 3. What happens t the subducted crust when it is pushed deep int the lithsphere? Explain hw this may affect the surface f the plate that was nt subducted. 4. Japan is made up f islands frmed by ceanic-ceanic cnvergence. What type f islands wuld yu expect t find injapan? \,Vhy? 5. Explaiir where the subductin ne in an ceanic-ceanic cnvergence is lcated. 6. Cmpare and cntrast ceanic-ceanic cnvergence and ceanic-cntinental,cnvergence. 56 CpyrQht Glence. DMsin f Mcmilln/McGrw-Hill Usqs f laetill Eadh Scbrce have the publishe/c permissin tr reprduce fiis pga

4 c 6 sq * = E' :t\ ts d.+ RE e *: EH ls 6S.!!. - ge a's" {r ll. 5t a'\ 8. 5G) e4 a* &=! Ei' 'tt 6!D (,r Ut 2. Lithgghere \ \ OCEANC-OCHANC CONVERGNCH T. \ -ae 5. Cntinental crust _Zl\ \ir2'(:1 ;, --, / r \.:r' \ -r -'l - 6. l-ithsphere --- / 4):,", ]t tt- /\( - r:!) p, ct r t $ 6{ f tr qd H' U N v, NrTr Z. n 6 '1O d (Jt D =m ffi n q, ctl

5 hame DATE crass TRANSPARENCY 29 late Teclnics Chpter 13 U O ry a lu (5E UJ (J J Lu $ J -- ljl ẕ - $ t '{rv e (g E E c} gu- /1, \l { ili,- l=,\ \l 6 : /,E /-t Q, \tc t/t E -. (J ffi r-/r. /r tl r - t --,4 r /, tl/ i r / rr! /' t-- (l) CL an J ri :ilt /ri' ::"1/,1,:/.rtt t - 4 :ef t,' -.,, t ' l: \ / \ r/ ' /-'J -:! >/ f,a jt:l,t,l'-',,trl /-El]. el.c CL 3n.E :j $i tell gl ir>5lil c\i "iltl Cpyright Glence Divisin f Mcmilln/McGrw-Hill llsers l laeill Earth Science hnve the publisher's permissin tr reprduce thir pge. 57

6 NAME DATE ct"a55 TRANSPARENCY 29 Pfb Tectnics CONT'NENTAT.. CONT'NENTAi CONYER GE NCE 1. Explain what the arrws n the diagram shw. Chpiar 13 q 2. Explain why this diagram desn't shw a subductin ne. 3. Describe hw muntains are frmed in this type f plate mvement. 4. Explain hw muntains frmed by the cnvergence f cntinental plates differ frm thse frmed by the cnvergence f ceanic plates r f an ceanic plate with a cntinental plate' ri 5. Lcate the Himalayas n a wrld map. Explain hw their lcatin wuld lead t the hypthesis that they culd have been frrned by cntinental-cntinental cnvergence. 58 Cpyright Glence Divisin f Mscmilln/ttcGrwHill llselr.sd ttlaril, Eailh &fmca hcve lre publi*re/r permissin t reprduce $is pge.

7 c =q * 6 1a 8g H6 a :! TH 53. -c, S. ;s {r i ;.< E' : de qt af 8_= t t tr \ CONT N ENTAL-CONT N ENTAL CONVERG ENC E t tr)-'i ' t,/)- )t,'ji\ ruiii. ),1..- Cntinental crust -/ r'--,\ ra, Y. ',i '': S ), 1\'l'-,- {.,r-j!) 'L Lithsphere! d 6{ rl d 3' 6 la n =r?t(, -ln Vr nrn r) \) \ 3 (t ttl t.) CA tjl

8 }. AME DATE crass TRANSPARENCY 29 Plte Tectnics CONilNNTA, - CONT'NENTA CONYERGENCE l. Explain what the arrws n the diagram shrv. Chpbr l3 {?. Explain why this diagram desn't shw a subductin ne. 3. Describe hw muntains are frmed in this type f plate mvement. 4. Explain hw muntains frmed by the cnvergence f cntinental plates differ frm thse frmed by the cnvergence f ceanic plates r f an ceanic plate with a cntinental plate. 5. Lcate the Himalayas n a wrld map. Explain hw their lcatin wuld lead t the hypthesis that they culd have been frmed by cntinental-cntinental cnvergence. 58 Cpytight Glence Divisin f Mcmilhn,/McC'rw.,Hill Users f l{errifl Eqrth &imce hve fie publirtre/s prmissin t reprduce *is pge,

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