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A [constructive] plate boundary, sometimes called a divergent plate margin, occurs when plates [move] apart. [Volcanoes] are formed as magma [wells] up to fill the gap, and eventually new [crust] is formed. An example of a constructive plate boundary is the [mid-Atlantic Ridge.] .

Different plate boundaries

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