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Continental rift zones are areas where the crust has been User: How do tectonic plates move at transform plate boundaries?
Weegy: In tectonic plate boundaries, as the giant plates move, diverging [pulling apart] or converging [coming together] along their borders, tremendous energies are unleashed resulting in tremors that transform Earth?s surface. [ ] User: Which of the following statements is true about transform faults? (Points : 3) They are often associated with extreme volcanic eruptions. They are found only on the continents and not on the ocean floor. They are associated with dangerous up and down shaking of the crust. They can offset spreading centers in oceanic crust by several kilometers in length. Weegy: 3. They are associated with dangerous up and down shaking of the crust. User: Which well-known transform fault marks the boundary between the African Plate and the Arabian Plate? (Points : 3) Queen Charlotte Alpine Dead Sea Red Sea Weegy: Dead Sea is well-known transform fault marks the boundary between the African Plate and the Arabian [ Plate. ] (More)
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Describe the nature of rock metamorphism at transform plate boundaries. What causes it and what does it result in?(Points : 4)
Weegy: The geological processes, which transform the structure of rocks in the interior of the Earth, are known as metamorphism. [ Plate tectonics, the formation of mountains, and earthquakes cause the bending of rocks and minerals that make up the continental and oceanic lithosphere. Earth’s internal forces, such as temperature, pressure, and the degree of deformation define the new physical and chemical characteristics of most rocks and minerals in the interior of the Earth. This process most usually occurs in igneous and sedimentary rocks. The mineral components of these types of rocks are subjected to dramatic pressures and temperatures, producing a new arrangement of atoms and molecules in their mineral components, which give them a new physical appearance. ............ ] (More)
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