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The type of plate boundary that causes tremors and earthquakes in California is a divergent boundaryan earthquake boundarya convergent boundarya transform boundary.
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User: The type of plate boundary that causes tremors and earthquakes in California is a divergent boundaryan earthquake boundarya convergent boundarya transform boundary.

Weegy: Transform boundary. The type of plate boundary that causes tremors and earthquakes in California is a transform boundary. Source:
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User: The area where one plate sinks into the asthenosphere underneath another plate is known as a convection zonea subduction zonea transform boundaryan earthquake boundary

Weegy: The area where one plate sinks into the asthenosphere underneath another plate is known as subduction zone.
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