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2016-06-20T19:01:06+08:00
First of all, the places where there are the most earthquake epicenters are the places where the boundaries of the tectonic (lithospheric) plates meet. Those plates move in specific directions which some towards each other which are called divergent plates. When they collide, mountain ranges form (because the land rises due to collision).
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First of all, the places where there are the most earthquake epicenters are the places where the boundaries of the tectonic (lithospheric) plates meet. Those plates move in specific directions which some towards each other which are called divergent plates. When they collide, mountain ranges form (because the land rises due to collision).