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Single = mono

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Thatís right, monocline!

Thatís right, monocline!

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Normal, reverse, thrust or recumbent?

Normal, reverse, thrust or recumbent?

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The previous deformation is the same as this one, which is Ö.

The previous deformation is the same as this one, which is Ö.

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A normal fault

A normal fault

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What kind of anticline results in this ridge and the associated hogbacks?

What kind of anticline results in this ridge and the associated hogbacks?

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A normal fault

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A plunging anticline

A plunging anticline

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What is the special name for an extreme fold such as this?

What is the special name for an extreme fold such as this?

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Recumbent

Recumbent

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Normal, reverse, strike-slip, or obtuse fault?

Normal, reverse, strike-slip, or obtuse fault?

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Reverse fault Ė the hanging wall moved up the foot wall!

Reverse fault Ė the hanging wall moved up the foot wall!

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What kind of slip is exhibited here?

What kind of slip is exhibited here?

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Strike-slip

Strike-slip

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The face formed on this footwall is known as what?

The face formed on this footwall is known as what?

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Weíre talking about the cliff-like wall on the fault line.

Weíre talking about the cliff-like wall on the fault line.

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Itís a fault scarp!

Itís a fault scarp!

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If you get both vertical and horizontal displacement, what kind of fault is that?

If you get both vertical and horizontal displacement, what kind of fault is that?

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Strike-slip

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Itís called an oblique-slip fault.

Itís called an oblique-slip fault.

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An upthrust block between parallel faults is known as what?

An upthrust block between parallel faults is known as what?

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