We always specify the strike such that when you look

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Unformatted text preview: ace §༊  §༊  Describes steepness of the fault surface. Measured from Earth's surface, or a plane parallel to Earth's surface. Strike Compass DirecJon of Horizontal Line on Surface §༊  §༊  Measured clockwise from north. We always specify the strike such that when you "look" in the strike direction, the fault dips to you right. Normal Fault Dip- Slip Reverse Fault Dip-Slip •  Reverse fault •  Hanging wall moves up relative to footwall •  If dip angle is 45° or less it is a thrust fault Figure 3.6b Thrust faults are same as reverse faults, but have more gently- inclined surface Figure 3.6c Blind Thrust Fault Dip-Slip Figure 3.7 Transform Fault Strike-Slip Figure 3.6a Transform Fault Strike-Slip LeT- lateral Right- lateral Figure 3.6a Stress & Strain Compression and Rock Shear §༊  Deforma0on of rock by compression results in slippage diagonal to direc0on of compression Fig. 3- BTN1, p. 36 ElasJc Rebound Theory A Deadly Ear...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course CSE 132 taught by Professor Lang during the Winter '08 term at UC Irvine.

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