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Geology 101 section 004 Version 1 - 1 - Exam #2 Monday, Oct. 29, 2007 Name: _____________________ • Mark your answers on the computer-grading sheet using a soft (#2) pencil. • Indicate the test version number (1, 2 or 3) on your answer sheet. Code your name onto the answer sheet. Sign the form in the lower left, indicating that you adhere to the honor code. • When finished turn in answer sheet only. Use the figure below to answer questions 1 and 2. 1. What type of fault is depicted? A) left-lateral strike-slip fault B) normal fault C) reverse fault D) right-lateral strike-slip fault 2. What type of tectonic force is responsible for this fault? A) compressive B) shearing C) tensional D) none of the above 3. A(n) _______ is the basic source of geologic information for a geologist in the field. A) outcrop B) fault C) rock D) wizard 4. Which of the following statements best describes the behavior of rocks during deformation? A) Brittle materials deform by faulting, and ductile materials deform by folding. B) Brittle materials deform by folding, and ductile materials deform by faulting. C) Both brittle and ductile materials deform by faulting. D) Both brittle and ductile materials deform by folding. 5. If a basalt unit near the surface of the Earth underwent compressive deformation, the result would most likely be __________. A) folding B) faulting C) folding then faulting D) faulting then folding 6. Thrust faults form in response to ______ forces. A) compressive B) shearing C) tensional D) torsional 7. Upfolds, or arches, of layered rock are called ______.
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Geology 101 section 004 Version 1 - 2 - Exam #2 Monday, Oct. 29, 2007 A) anticlines B) faults C) synclines D) unconformities 8. Compressive forces are generally associated with which type of plate boundary? A) no boundary B) transform C) divergent D) convergent 9. A diagram representing a vertical slice through the Earth's crust is called a _________. A) geologic map
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