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Who’s FAULT is it? Picture and Images of Different Types of Faults
1. Strike Slip Fault
San Andreas fault in the Carrizo Plain, central California (Photo by Robert E. Wallace)
San Andreas fault Photo by Robert E. Wallace)
Transform Boundary, Shearing Stress
More evidence of lateral movement
Offset Fence - San Andreas Fault California Photo by Jim Mueller
2. REVERSE FAULT(compression) Hanging Wall Foot Wall
A reverse fault that also has folded parts of a mountain found in Canada. Photo By Rick Allmendinger
Reverse fault (left of center) in marble, Brazil.
Reverse fault in the Catskills
Reverse fault in the Alps
A Reverse Fault in the Andes Mountains, Chile. Photo By Rick Allmendinger
3. NORMAL FAULT
A Normal Fault Location : Marble Falls, Texas
HOW DO YOU KNOW THIS IS A NORMAL FAULT AND NOT A REVERSE??
LOOK AT THE RED LINE!!!!!
Divergent Boundary Divergent Boundary
More photos of Normal Faults Lion Mountain, Texas
The Great Rift Valley, Africa
Earthquake Trail in Kilauea, Hawaii
Photo by Henry Johnson Fold - Location Rainbow Gap, Virginia ANTICLINE
Photo by Duncan Heron Fold - Location West Virginia SYNCLINE
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Identify the Fault Formative Assessment. Study the Photos.
Section 1: Forces in Earth’s Crust
Deforming the Earth’s Crust. Deformation Deformation: process by which a rock changes shape due to _______ stress.
Chapter 2 Earthquakes 1989 Earthquake- National Geographic.
Thursday, November 12, 2015 HOMEWORK: Flash cards- reverse fault, normal fault, strike slip fault OBJECTIVE: I will be able to describe and explain the.
Earth Crust Deformation Caused by stresses in the crust.
Chapter 6 Earthquakes.
Forces 1)Tension 2)Compression 3)Shearing. Forces 1)Tension 2)Compression 3)Shearing.
Describe how Plate Tectonic forces and earthquakes might be related.
Forces in Earth’s Crust
Chapter 11 Deformation of the Crust
FOLDS, FAULTS, AND MOUNTAIN TYPES. 1. Volcanic 2. Folded 3. Faulted Mountains formation – Three types.
NORMAL Fault formed by the stress of TENSION where plates were pulled apart. The Hanging Wall fell and the Footwall was raised.
Plate Tectonics Chapter 1 Section 5. Plates What is a plate? A plate is a piece of the lithosphere Plates fit closely together along cracks.
Plate Tectonics By: J. Farr. Harry Hess’s theory of Sea floor spreading Sea floor spreads apart Magma moves upward and flows through the cracks.
Mountain Building And Fault types.
Folding, Faulting, and Mountains
Deforming the Earth’s Crust: Faulting Pg. 129 What is a FAULT? When rock layers BREAK when stress is applied One block of rock slides relative to another.
Plate Boundaries yipee. Continental Drift _________ proposed the theory that the tectonic plates are moving over the mantle. This was supported by fossil.
Theory of Plate Tectonics Chapter 7-3. Plate Boundaries: 3 Types 1.) Divergent Boundary – moving _____ 2.) Convergent Boundary – moving ________ 3.)
Faults, Folds, and Landscapes
Lesson 1 – Forces in Earth’s Crust
Warm up! On a piece of notebook paper, define the following:
Deforming the Earth’s Crust
MOVEMENT OF THE EARTH’S CRUST
Who’s Fault is it? By: Mai Vo, Gabby Amini, and Jessie Bacon.
D Coombs San Tan Junior High School 2015
NOTES FAULTS and FOLDS.
Part 8: Fold Types. Tensional Stress Compressive Stress Shear Stress Orientation of stress leads to different folds.
Earth's Crust in Motion.
Stress – force that pushes or pulls rock Tension Compression Shearing Fault – Break in Earth’s crust where plate movement occurs Normal Reverse Strike-Slip.
Mountain Building And Fault types. Faults What is a fault? What causes faults? What are the three types of stresses? A fault is a fracture in the Earth’s.
Do Now for Wednesday, February 20 th ! Use your knowledge of the Law of Superposition to arrange the layers of Earth from oldest to youngest.
Earth’s Crust in Motion. Stress in the Crust Earthquake is the shaking and trembling that results from the movement of rock beneath Earth’s surface.
Deforming the Earth’s Crust Faults and Folds
Deforming Earth’s Crust
Inside Earth Chapter 2 Earthquakes 2.1 Forces in Earth’s Crust.
DATING ROCK LAYERS RELATIVE DATING
Earth’s Crust in Motion
Divergent Boundary Continental/Continental Crust
Earthquakes Faults Stress Quakes at plate boundaries Quakes within plates.
Mountain Building An uplifting experience!. How and where? Deformation of crust from stress. –Compression = Rocks are squeezed together Occurs at convergent.
Earth’s Crust In Motion
Folding and Faulting By: Justin Noftall.
Wednesday January 2, 2013 What is an earthquake? (yes, I will be checking your answers!)
Monday 12/7 Warm Up: 2.4 – Ngorongoro Crater Check Ch 11 HW – How the quizzes are made… Quiz: Unit 4 HW Qz 1 (Ch 11) – Write your answers on the quizzes.
Copyright © 2014 All rights reserved, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Earth Systems 3209 Unit: 4 The Forces Within Earth Reference: Chapters 4,
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