Panama Fracture Zone
The Panama Fracture Zone is a major, active right lateral-moving transform fault and associated inactive fracture zone which forms part of the tectonic boundary between the Cocos Plate and the Nazca Plate. It runs from the East Pacific Rise to the Middle America Trench.
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