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The original location of an earthquake is also known as the A. hotspot. B. horizon. C. epicenter. D. magnitude.
The original location of an earthquake is also known as the EPICENTER.
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A tributary is a river that A. is located in California. B. flows into another river or stream. C. has a bank of less than 22 feet. D. is in the southeastern United States.
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The water table is the upper boundary of the zone of saturation.
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