LANDFORMS CREATED BY TECTONIC
Tectonic activity including earthquakes and volcanoes can
change different landforms. Movement along an earthquake fault
can cause mountains and valleys to form over a long period of time.
Volcanoes can cause a visible
difference after an eruption. Hawaii is an example of a landscape
shaped by volcanoes. The lava acts like a very slow moving river of
water as it drapes itself over existing land.