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Discusses how intraplate earthquakes are the result of a solid slab of crust moving on a round Earth and the reactivation of faults.
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New Madrid Fault Lines
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A video about the New Madrid Fault Line, the largest fault east of the Rocky Mountains, and the consequences it could potentially bring if an earthquake occurred there.
SCI.ESC.312 (Intraplate Earthquakes - Earth Science)
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