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(Procedure 1. Seudy the world map in the activity sheet. Use the magnifying lens if necessary. 2. Using your references, locate the following mountain ranges in the map. Trace the mountain ranges using colored pencils. Label the location using the letter codes given. Alps (A) yRmeaoge Himalayas (H) Sierra Madre (SM) Rocky Mountai Appalachian Mountains (APM) Andes Mountains (AM) Drakensberg (D) Pyrenees (P) s (RM) i. Great Dividing Range (GDR) j. Ural Mountains (UM) 3. Fill in che table found in che activity sheet with the following information: a. the counery(ies) where the mountain range is located b. the tectonic plates involved in the formation of the mountain range c. the type of tectonic plate movement that led to the formation of the mountain range (Hine: Note the arrows drawn at the plate boundaries.) Sample iountatn RanGe a i Tectonic Plates Tectonic Plate o put ry es). Involved Movement ee ae Juan de Fuca Plate and Cascade Range (CR) Canada and USA ean aeluea niate en Convergence Antarctic Plate ayolf2ypu0.y Spd eat 4 a uoisoun ‘uoisoung Mountain Ranges as Evidence of Plate Tectonics (Data and Results _ Mountain Range ie Country(ies) Tectonic Plate Moveme: Himalayas Sierra Madre Alps Andes Mountains Drakensberg Pyrenees Rocky Mountains Appalachian Mountains Great Dividing Range Ural Mountains (Conclusion (Post-laboratory Question How does the existence of mountain ranges support the idea of tectonic plate movement?