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02c types of fractures joint joint crack where rock

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Unformatted text preview: f Fractures Joint: Joint: crack where rock pulled apart apart Fault: rocks Fault: have slipped past one another another 08.03.a Stresses that Form Joints Burial and Burial tectonic forces tectonic Cooling and Cooling contraction contraction Unloading 08.03.c Describing Faults Strike Dip 08.04.a Strike-slip Strike-slip fault fault Dip-slip fault Oblique-slip fault Sense of Movement Hanging wall Footwall 08.04.b Normal fault Reverse fault or Reverse thrust fault thrust Strike-Slip Faults Rocks move Rocks horizontally 08.04.c Left lateral Right l...
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