I am doing a report on this and I can not seem to find what type of fault line it occurred on. I have tried Wikipedia but I can not find anything.

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im doing a haiti project but i’m not sure what fault line haiti is on. or if its even on a fault line? extremely confused :/

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I’ve been warned that an earthquake of 7.2 magnitude will hit where I live. The epicenter is a bit far but what if you live on the fault line? Will it be very strong? What happens if there are high-rise buildings on top of a fault line but not directly on the epicenter? Will it fall/topple down? My parents work in high-rise buildings near the fault line. I’m really scared. Thanks 🙂

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I’m trying to write an essay and I don’t know what psychologically fault line is HELP!

Michiko Kakutani of the New York Times states that in Atonement, McEwan explores the “psychological fault lines” running through the lives of his characters. Write an essay in which you analyze the ways in which McEwan does this and to what effect.

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I’ve heard that maybe the Plum River Fault Line does, but I can’t find anything to back that up. If you could site your source(s) that would be great! Thanks!

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or can they be near a fault line, nowhere near fault line etc.

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I am doing a report for my forensics class and I need to read Fault Line by Sarah Andrews, but I unfortunately do not have the time to read it. Instead, is there a website that has a plot summary of the book besides sparknotes, since they do not have one. Or if anyone has read the book and knows what happens, that would be extremely helpful.

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If an earthquake occurs, a fault line will break through to the surface. If you see a rock layer where a fault line does not continue to the surface, what has happened?

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Active or Not Active?

And if its not then what is the closest fault line to Florida?

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Okay, there have been a lot of earthquakes recently: a small on in Chicago, the one in Haiti, one in Chile, one in Mexico and one near Tibet, and now there’s volcanic activity in Iceland, which is basically a little chunk of land on a fault line. All of the earthquakes except for the 2.5 one in
Chicago have been above 7.0 in magnitude. Does this mean something’s going on with the earth’s crust?

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