Divergent plate boundaries are where plates are moving away from one another. This occurs above rising convection currents. The rising current pushes up on the bottom of the lithosphere, lifting it and flowing laterally beneath it.
This is the other type of Convergent boundaries it is the Oceanic/continental plate boundary.
This plate boundary is the Transform boundary.
Transform boundaries are places where plates slide sideways past each other.This occurs above rising convection currents.
Convergent plate boundaries are locations where lithospheric plates are moving towards one another. The plate collisions that occur in these areas can produce earthquakes, volcanic activity, and crustal deformation.
This is another type of Convergent boundaries it is the continental/continental plate boundary.
In this type of convergent boundary, a powerful collision occurs. The two thick continental plates collide, and both of them have a density that is much lower than the mantle, which prevents subduction
When continental and oceanic plates collide, the thinner and more dense oceanic plate is overridden by the thicker and less dense continental plate. The oceanic plate is forced down into the mantle in a process known as "subduction."