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After an earthquake, additional adjustments can occur along the fault. These adjustments can cause damaging vibrations called? thunder compression foreshocks aftershocks
After an earthquake, additional adjustments can occur along the fault. These adjustments can cause damaging vibrations called aftershocks.
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