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Thrust fault - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust across which there has been relative movement, in which rocks of lower stratigraphic position are ...

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thrust fault n. Geology A reverse fault in which the fault plane is inclined at an angle equal to or less than 45°. thrust fault n (Geological Science) a fault in ...

Thrust/Reverse faults - University of Oregon

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Thrust/Reverse faults. Thrust and Reverse faults form by horizontal compressive stresses and so cause shortening of the crust. Because the hangingwall moves up ...

Earthquake Glossary - thrust fault

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Thrust Fault

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Thrust Faults Another type of fault is the thrust fault where ground on one side of the fault moves up and over adjacent ground. Thrust faults occur in the Los ...

Thrust Faults - Kids Fun Science

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Thrust faults occur when a section of land slips over another at a low angle. ... Formation thrust fault Thrust faults form when the angle is less than 45 degrees.

Thrust fault - Geology Wiki - Wikia

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A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust across which there has been relative movement, in which rocks of lower stratigraphic position are ...

Thrust Fault - About.com Geology

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Thrust Fault. Photo by Marli Miller, University of Oregon. Used by permission. (fair use policy) The Keystone thrust near Las Vegas, Nevada, is a spectacular example ...

Thrust fault FAQ

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The young-earth creationists often claim that thrust faults, especially the Lewis Overthrust, contradict the geologic timescale and fossil succession. This file ...

Thrust Fault and Reverse Fault

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Thrust Fault and Reverse Fault