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Feb.19th notes

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Feb.19th notes GSC 103

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Evolution of the Earth’s Modern Environment
Dr. Peter J. Leech

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Evolution of the Earth’s Modern Environment
Dr. Peter J. Leech
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Date Created: 02/22/15
Feb19 Elastic deformation then ductile deformation then fracture Brittle rock very little ductile deformation prior to fracture Ductile rock extensive ductile deformation before fracture occurs Keystone Thrust in Nevada is an example of thrust fault Divergent boundary normal fault Convergent boundary thrust or reversed fault The US Basin and Range Province is an example of horst and graben topology Horst and graben creates the up and downs of the mountain Horizontally moving faults are called STRIKESLIP faults The strikeslip fault above is RIGHTLATERAL A SYNCLINE is a fold which dips in the middle An ANTICLINE is a fold which rises in the middle Five type of fold Open Symmetrical both limbs dip equally away from the axial plane 0 Symmetrical folds are either OPEN or ISOCLINAL Isoclinal both limbs of any fold are parallel to each other regardless of the dip of the axial plane Asymmetrical one limb of the fold dips more steeply than the other Overturned Strata in one limb have been tilted beyond the vertical Both limbs dip in the same direction but not at the same angle Recumbent Axial planes are horizontal or nearly so Strata on the lower limb of anticline and upper limb of syncline are upside down Faults and folds often combine


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