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Section 20.3 Other Types of Mountains
Main Idea
Nonboundary
Mountains
Use with pages 537–538.
(continued)
Details
Compare and Contrast uplifted and fault-block mountains in the
Venn diagram. Place each characteristic in the diagram to show
whether it is a trait of uplifted mountains, fault-block mountains, or
both.
• crust is uplifted as a unit
• have little structural deformation
• form along faults
• formed by internal forces
• pieces of crust are tilted, uplifted, or dropped
Uplifted
Mountains
Both
Fault-Block
Mountains
Sequence the steps in the formation of a volcano over a hot spot
in the correct order.
• a chain of volcanoes forms • the plate continues to move
• a volcanic peak forms
• mantle material is forced up through the crust
• a tectonic plate moves over a hot spot through the crust
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S YNTHESIZE
Recall what you learned in Chapter 18 about different types of
volcanoes. Infer whether volcanoes that form over hot spots are more or less explosive
than most volcanoes that form along plate boundaries. Explain your reasoning.
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Section 20.3 Other Types of Mountains