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Choose a tectonic plate to investigate from among the 15 listed at https://geology.com/plate-tectonics.shtml (Links to an external site.).What is the name of the plate, and where in the world is it located?What plates does it border, and what kinds of tectonic boundaries arefound there? Based on your research, is your plate growing, shrinking,or staying about the same size over time? Which direction is the platemoving? Are any volcanoes found on your plate? If so, where are theylocated and what kinds are they? What are some of the other majorlandforms (mountains, lakes, rivers, etc.) present on your plate? Sharewith us three other interesting facts about your plate that you havelearned from your research. Please do not choose a plate another studenthas written about, unless all 15 have already been taken.
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