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Tsunamis, liquefaction, shaking and aftershocks are damage caused by ____________. a. hurricanes c. flooding b. tornados d. earthquakes
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User: Tsunamis, liquefaction, shaking and aftershocks are damage caused by ____________. a. hurricanes c. flooding b. tornados d. earthquakes

Weegy: Tsunamis, liquefaction, shaking and aftershocks are damage caused by earthquakes.


User: Tsunamis, liquefaction, shaking and aftershocks are damage caused by ____________. a. hurricanes c. flooding b. tornados d. earthquakes

Weegy: Tsunamis, liquefaction, shaking and aftershocks are damage caused by earthquakes.


User: The pattern of the ocean rising and falling due to the gravitational pull of the moon

Weegy: TIDES are the pattern of the ocean rising and falling due to the gravitational pull of the moon.



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