W10_103_6c_Lab6 - Fold in Wind River Mtns Fold in Maryland...

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Geologic Maps and Structures Lab 6 Geologic Maps Snoqualmie Pass
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Cross Sections - Seattle Basin Describing Structures: Strike and Dip
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Deformation Results from Stress Folds - Anticlines and Synclines
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Monocline Youngest Rock Oldest Rock Anticline Youngest Rock Oldest Rock Core Beds Dip Away from the Core
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Syncline Youngest Rock Oldest Rock Core Beds Dip Toward the Core
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Unformatted text preview: Fold in Wind River Mtns Fold in Maryland Plunging Folds & Geologic Maps Domes & Basins Sinclair Dome - Wyoming Michigan Youngest Rock Oldest Rock Basin Black Hills Dome Faults Strike-Slip Fault Dip-Slip Faults (Cross Section) Normal Fault Graben Thrust Fault Fault Type? Fault Type?...
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