San Andreas fault (patahan), Earth's biggest transform plate boundary Transform occur where plates slide or, perhaps grind past each other along transform faults.
The North American Plate pulling away from the Eurasian Plate forming the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at Almannagjá, Iceland.
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Iceland Offers Rare Glimpse of Tectonic Meeting Place
This is what I consider to be a breakthrough finding that professionals need to make note of immediately. Earthquakes are now progressing across the North American plate, literally traversing the e…
Tectonic Plate Rift That's the North American plate on the left, and the European-Asian plate on the right.
The boundary between Eurasian & American plates, Iceland
Iceland photos: Beautiful scenes from the Nordic island
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For years, scientists believed the mighty San Andreas—the fault running the length of California where the Pacific and North American plates meet—could only rupture in isolated sections.