The fault is classified as a 12 in a dip slip fault

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the fault is classified as a ____________________ . 12. In a dip-slip fault, if the hanging wall block moved down relative to the footwall block, then the fault is classified as a ____________________ . 13. In the following illustration what block is the Willow located on? What kind of fault is illustrated? 14. Imagine the following. A road is cut by a vertical dipping fault. As you walk along the road toward the fault, at the intersection of the fault and road, you have to turn to your right and walk some distance along the fault until you encounter the continuation of the road. What would you call the fault? 15. Imagine the following. A set of rail road tracks are cut by a vertical dipping fault. As you walk along the railroad tracks toward the fault, at the intersection of the tracks and the fault, you have to turn to your left and walk about 10 meters along the fault until you encounter the continuation of the railroad tracks. What would you call the fault? 16. In the following block diagram, what kind of fault is illustrated?
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17. In the following block diagram, what kind of fault is illustrated? 18. Folds are either anticlines or synclines. Many large hydrocarbon reservoirs occur within the cores of anticlines while adjacent synclines may contain the source of such material. Folds are ____________________ distortions of rock bodies. 19. Take a piece of paper and bend it into a fold. Now visually locate the locus of all points of maximum curvature on the folded piece of paper. Imagine now that the folded piece of paper is a bed of sandstone, 3 meters thick and extending over a 1 square kilometer area. The locus of all maximum points of curvature on a folded layer is termed the ____________________.
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