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Does North Carolina have a fall line?

Yes, North Carolina has a fall line: it is the boundary between the  coastal plain in the east and the Piedmont Plateau in the central  part of the state. It is a northeast-

What is the frost line in North Carolina?

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Where are fault lines?

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What is North Carolina?

What is North Carolina?

North Carolina is a state. It is on the east coast next to Tennessee and under Virginia. South Carolina is under us.
What are fault lines?

What are fault lines?

the crack lines

North Carolina fault line?

yes in greensboro and in the coast In Western North Carolina there are at least two faults - Laurel Creek and Swannanoa.

What is the North Carolina fall line?

Yes, NC does have a fault line you will find the fault line path between Anson and Richmond county's and it runs north east through the top of the state and continues to the m

Fault or fault lines?

fault or fault lines are (things) that form from earthquakes that cause building to fall and the ground to shake.
Where are North Carolina earthquake fault lines?

Where are North Carolina earthquake fault lines?

There are major and minor fault lines all over the United States. The two biggest fault lines that run through North Carolina are the Hayesville-Fries fault line and the Breva