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The San Andreas Fault, which runs through California, is two plates sliding sideways past one another. Which type of metamorphism is most likely to occur along the fault line?
The San Andreas Fault, which runs through California, is two plates sliding sideways past one another. Dynamic metamorphism is most likely to occur along the fault line.
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The San Andreas Fault, which runs through California, is two plates sliding sideways past one another. Dynamic metamorphism is most likely to occur along the fault line.
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