Earth's Layers and Boundaries
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Hi everyone! Today I will be teaching you about Earth's layers and boundaries.
First let's start out with the basic layer of the Earth. The outer Core, Inner Core, Mantle and Crust. The crust is made up of tectonic plates that are always moving.
These tectonic plates form boundaries such as divergent, convergent and transform.
See this mountain behind me? It was formed by a convergent land-land boundary. That means that two land tectonic plates pushed together.
This volcano behind me was made by a land-land divergent boundary. This is formed when two tectonic plates move away from each other and molten lava rises to form land.
And lastly, this rocky range behind me may not look like much, but it is actually a prime spot for earthquakes since it is a transform boundary. This is when two tectonic plates rub against each other.
Well, that is all I have to teach you about today, Hope you learned something new!
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