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* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Plate tectonics and faulting Shallow dipping Reverse Fault called a “Thrust Fault”. Reverse and thrust faults: convergent plate boundaries Hanging Wall is pushed up.
... in rock Faults Reverse fault Thrust fault- low angle reverse fault Strike-Slip fault Left-lateral vs. right-lateral Fractures in rock Faults Reverse fault Thrust fault ...
... Faults Normal fault - Hanging wall moved down (or footwall up) Horst & graben structure Reverse fault - Hanging wall moved up (or footwall down) Thrust fault - Reverse ...

... Slip Direction Definitions and Characteristics Fault Bends Thrust Fault ... These have been called a variety of names: Rollover folds Reverse Drag Folds Strike slip fault ...
ESYS 150 LECTURE 9 TRANSFORM FAULT EARTHQUAKES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Transform Fault Earthquakes Earthquake Prediction Thrust Earthquakes around Transforms
Basin and range province: tilted fault-block mountains in Nevada. The ... Result of compression: plates colliding Two types: low-angle or thrust faults, and high-angle reverse ...
Thrust Fault a special case of a reverse fault where the dip of the fault is less than 15o. Thrust faults can have considerable displacement, measuring hundreds of ...
Thrust faults - Possible setting – continental collision or Back-arc thrusting (Chapter 2) Low angle Reverse fault – Thrust fault One sheet “ramps up” over another.
... Fault Hanging wall moves down relative to the footwall Basin and Range Reverse Fault ... or compression of crust Have dips > 45° If dip’s < 45°, then thrust fault ...
Thrust fault Fold, fault or fracture? Fold, of course! What would you call a single ... Reverse fault – the hanging wall moved up the foot wall! What kind of slip is ...
... by normal faults is uplifted Dip-Slip Faults (cont.) reverse fault: when the hanging-wall block has moved upward relative to the footwall block thrust fault: a reverse ...
... dilatations) Seismographs located such that fault is moving towards them will record pushes or compressions + + - + - - Normal dip-slip fault Reverse dip-slip fault ...
Reverse Fault A reverse fault is when the hanging wall moves up, relative to the foot wall. Due to compression. More faults A thrust fault is when the hanging wall slides ...
These include left-lateral faults such as the Santa Monica Fault, Hollywood Fault, Raymond Fault, and San Jose Fault. Reverse and thrust faults are likewise numerous and ...
What is reversed about a reverse fault? In a NORMAL fault, the upper block ... plates converge Alpine structure includes complex folds and thrust faults What is a Fault?
Drag Units appear to be pulled into a fault during movement (usually within the drag fold and the result is thrust fault) Reverse drag occurs along listric normal faults.
... representations of the P-wave radiation pattern for the three fundamental double-couple fault types: (a): pure strike-slip faulting, (b): pure dip-slip reverse (thrust ...
A reverse fault is called a thrust fault if the dip of the fault plane is small. [Other names: thrust fault, reverse-slip fault or compressional fault].
... 103.364°E Depth: 19 km (11.8 miles) West Sichuan Earthquake, 12th May 2008 Tectonics of Sichuan Earthquake Motion on a northeast striking reverse fault or thrust ...
Three types normal reverse/thrust transform (strike-slip) Landforms - Normal Faulting Fault escarpment Normal ...
Dip-slip faults Normal Reverse (or if low angle then called a thrust) Strike Slips Right lateral ... down, and the other right side up Faults Slide 10 Reverse fault ...
Three types Normal (divergence) reverse/thrust (convergence) strike-slip (transform/shear) Carmel Valley Fault ...
Reverse Fault – fault caused by compression forces where the hanging wall will move ... Thrust Fault – is formed when compression causes the hanging wall to slide over ...
... Domes and Basins Faults A fracture is a break in a rock (joint or a fault ... and Faulting Normal Faults: Mid-Ocean Ridge & Continental Rifts Reverse and Thrust Faults ...
Fixed Pacific plate Most displacement east of SAF are parallel to fault West of SAF, between SB and LA, displacement is accommodated by other faults (thrust and reverse ...

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