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covergent collide compression
Divergent pull apart tension
Transform grind past shear stress
Where are the strongest effects of an earthquake felt The epicenter
True or false.Earthquakes take place where tectonic plates transfer energy to the surrounding rock. True
Why do earthquakes happen Rocks move along a fault and release energy
What can generate an earthquake When tectonic plate shift along a fault
after an earthquake but before another.What happens underground stress builds up
What is the difference between the focus and the epicenter of an earthquake Focus-Within the earth along the fault where the first motion of earthquakes occur Epicenter-Directly above the focus
Created by: ethan.ivan