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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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Forces Tension 1)Tension Compression 2)Compression Shearing 3)Shearing.
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Transforming California Landforms of the San Andreas Fault Images & text by Thomas McGuire, Cave Creek Digital, Cave Creek, AZ
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