Compare and contrast divergent and convergent boundaries. Describe the direction of plate movement and common geologic features found at each. What accounts for the differing compositions of the magmas associated with each?
Divergent and convergent boundaries are both formed as a result of plate movements and interactions.
Convergent is formed when plates move towards each other and. slide over each other or collide. A divergent boundary on the other hand is formed when two plates separate to form a fault between them.
Plate movements are attributed to conventional