Plate tectonics is a theory dealing with the movement of plates.
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The Alps and the Himalayas are mountain ranges that were formed by geological folding. In this video we can watch the end result of the process.
Ice can create stunning shapes. Let’s take a trip to the High Tatra Mountains and study the related phenomena.
This fold mountain range is the highest section of the Carpathian Mountains, but the smallest range in the world by area. Its highest peak is the...
Since tectonic plates can move up to 2-10 cm a year, the landscape of tectonically active regions can change quite fast on a geological timescale.
Due to the effect of both exogenic and endogenic forces, rocks constantly change. This is called the rock cycle.
Numerous myths and legends are attached to this volcanic formation in Transylvania, Romania. It is also an excellent destination for hikers.