____ 2. As two continental plates move together, their edges fold and bend, pushing up mountain ranges. Which statement about a young mountain range would be true?
____ 3. Earth’s surface is constantly changing. Which process begins in Earth’s mantle below Earth’s crust?
____ 4. As two continental plates move together, their edges fold and bend, pushing up mountain ranges. Which statement about a young mountain range would be true?
____ 5. Suppose that an earthquake has occurred along the San Andreas fault in the western United States. Which event most likely caused the earthquake?
____ 6. Below the Atlantic Ocean floor, two plates move apart. What landform is beginning to develop?
____ 7. Earth is made up of many layers. Which layer is responsible for the movement of Earth’s plates?
____ 8. Look at the image below. The arrow points to the Atlantic Ocean as it was millions of years ago.
Which statement best describes what is happening to the Atlantic Ocean as the plates drift farther apart?
____ 9. A scientist wants to study the effects of plate movements. What would be the best way for the scientist to do this?
____ 10. Sometimes, magma forces plates to push apart. Which statement best explains how magma reaches Earth’s surface?
____ 11. Plates cause changes to Earth’s surface as they move and shift. Which type of plate movement forms mountains?