strike-slip, where the offset is predominantly horizontal, parallel to the fault trace.
dip-slip, offset is predominantly vertical and/or ...
In a normal fault, the block above the fault moves down relative to the block
below the fault. This fault motion is caused by tensional forces and results in ...
A close look at faults helps geologists to understand how the tectonic plates have
moved relative to one another. Types of movement of crustal blocks that can ...
Sep 25, 2014 ... Faults are categorized into three general groups based on the sense of slip or
movement. Descriptions of the three types of faults that cause ...
Feb 21, 2016 ... 1. Fault Types with Diagrams. 2. Earthquakes in a Nutshell. 3. All About the San
Andreas Fault. 4. About the Hayward Fault of California. 5.
There are three main types of faults, based on how adjacent blocks of rock move
relative to each other. The San Andreas Fault—made infamous by the 1906 ...
Faults and fault zones are classified by how the rocks on each side of the fault or
fault zone move past each other. There are two main types of movement along ...
In this video lesson you will identify different faults and the types of stress that
cause them. You will also see examples of the effects these...
Faults - everyone has them, even our planet. But what are geologic faults? And
why does our planet have so many? Let's explore the answers to these...
Nov 27, 2014 ... A fault is a fracture or zone of fractures between two blocks of rock. ... A fault is a
fracture Different types of Faults A close look at faults helps ...