Single = mono
Thatís right, monocline!
Normal, reverse, thrust or recumbent?
The previous deformation is the same as this one, which is Ö.
What kind of anticline results in this ridge and the associated hogbacks?
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What is the special name for an extreme fold such as this?
Normal, reverse, strike-slip, or obtuse fault?
Reverse fault Ė the hanging wall moved up the foot wall!
What kind of slip is exhibited here?
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.
Itís a fault scarp!
If you get both vertical and horizontal displacement, what kind of fault is that?
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Itís called an oblique-slip fault.
An upthrust block between parallel faults is known as what?