anonymous
  • anonymous
HELP , WILL MEDAL What causes the shaking that is associated with earthquakes? A. fault zones B. elastic rebound C. epicenters D. deformation
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, transform fault creates earthquakes. One plates slides down and another slides up. |dw:1444247512321:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
its not up and down it is right and left and did you know there are thousands of earthquakes a day

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anonymous
  • anonymous
You clearly dont know what a transform fault block diagram is -_-

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