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The difference in terms of consequences of convergent with the divergent and transform fault boundary where the convergent plate boundary are where the tectonic plates of the lithosphere move toward one another and the divergent plate boundary occur spreading centers where plates were moving apart and new crust is created by magma pushing up from the mantle. Lastly, the transform-fault boundary are where two plates are sliding horizontally past one another because most transform faults are found on the ocean floor. They commonly offset active spreading ridges, producing zigzag plate margins and are generally defined by shallow earthquake.
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A divergent boundary occurs when two tectonic plates move away from each other. Along these boundaries, lava spews from long fissures and geysers spurt superheated water. Frequent earthquakes strike along the rift. Beneath the rift, magma—molten rock—rises from the mantle. It oozes up into the gap and hardens into solid rock, forming new crust on the torn edges of the plates. Magma from the mantle solidifies into basalt, a dark, dense rock that underlies the ocean floor. Thus at divergent boundaries, oceanic crust, made of basalt, is created.
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