Q10.1 Fitting the Continents Together
Q10.2 Volcanoes and the Rate of Plate Motion
Q10.3 Paper Transform Fault Model
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Q10.4 A Different Type of Transform Fault
The Juan de Fuca Plate is moving faster than the Explorer Plate, which means that the Juan de Fuca Plate is sliding past the Explorer Plate. There is side-by-side relative motion on this plate boundary, and that makes it a transform fault.
Q10.5 Getting to Know the Plates and Their Boundaries [SE]