How Does An Earthquake Change The Land?


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You see, and earthquake changes the land because it is a tye of form of weathering and erosian. And that is the same thing that changes rocks from medamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous. And rocks are a form of land, so that is one way. 
Another way is how earthquakes shake everything up. Earthquakes can cause tsunamis. That causes oceans to make HUGE waves and that can destroy the land. This normally happens after the earthquake, or sometimes after the after shock.
There are also more ways, but wayyyy too many for me to list. Hope this helps.

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