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Fault (geology)

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strike-slip, where the offset is predominantly horizontal, parallel to the fault trace. dip-slip, offset is predominantly vertical and/or ...

USGS FAQs - Faults - What is a fault and what are the different types?

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A fault is a fracture or zone of fractures between two blocks of rock. Faults allow the blocks to move relative to each other. This movement may occur rapidly, ...

IRIS - What are the 4 basic classes of faults?

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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 ...

Fault Lines: Facts About Cracks in the Earth - Live Science

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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 ...

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Jul 29, 2015 ... Types of faults ... America's Risk New Madrid Fault Lines Quake Divide the U.S. May 4-17, 2011 ... The Worlds Most Dangerous Fault,Cascadia.

Faultline: Earthquake Faults & The San Andreas Fault | Exploratorium

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Three basic fault types: strike-slip, normal, and reverse. See larger ... Most earthquakes occur along cracks in the planet's surface called faults. These cracks may ...

What is a fault and what are the different types - SlideShare

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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 ...

Types of Earthquakes and Faults - People Pages

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Types of Earthquakes & Faults. There are four different types of earthquakes: Tectonic, volcanic, collapse and explosion. A tectonic earthquake is one that occurs ...

Faults: Definition & Types | Study.com

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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...

Geological Faults: Definition, Causes & Types - Video & Lesson ...

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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...

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Different types of Faults / Earthquakes and Faults / Earthquakes ...

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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 ...

Fault types

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Now, consider this: if we hold the foot wall stationary, gravity will normally want to pull the hanging wall down, right? Faults that move the way you would expect ...

Types of Faults - ClassZone

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Two types of faults are responsible for earthquakes. Surface faults are those that break the ground surface, revealing how the rocks' original position was offset.