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- Hotspot (geology), an area of unusually high volcanic activity
- Hot spot effect in subatomic physics, regions of high energy density or temperature in hadronic or nuclear matter
- Biodiversity hotspot, a region of significant biodiversity
- Recombination hotspot, a DNA position where genetic recombination occurs with above-average frequency
- Hot spot (veterinary medicine), a raw animal lesion
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