FAULTS

Faul
FAULTS
A fault is a planar fracture or
discontinuity in a volume of
rock, across which there has
been significant
displace...
FAULTS (DIPSLIP)

A Normal Fault
create space. Two
blocks of crust pull
apart, extending the
crust.
FAULTS (DIPSLIP)
Hanging Wall

Footwall

A Normal Fault
create space. Two
blocks of crust pull
apart, extending the
crust.
FAULTS (DIPSLIP)
Reverse faults, also
called thrust faults,
squeeze the crust,
pushing two blocks of
crust on top of each
...
FAULTS (DIPSLIP)
Reverse faults, also
Hanging Wall

Footwall

called thrust faults,
squeeze the crust,
pushing two blocks ...
FAULTS (DIPSLIP)
Strike-slip faults
indicate rocks are
sliding past each
other, with little to no
vertical movement.
FAULTS (DIPSLIP)

Top View

Strike-slip faults
indicate rocks are
sliding past each
other, with little to no
vertical move...
FAULTS
Strike-slip faults
indicate rocks are
sliding past each
other, with little to no
vertical movement.
FAULTS
Strike-slip faults
indicate rocks are
sliding past each
other, with little to no
vertical movement.
FAULTS system in the
Philippines

LAOAG CITY
FAULTS system in the
Philippines

MARIKINA
VALLEY
FAULT
SYSTEM
FAULTS system in the
Philippines

Near
BORONGAN
FAULTS system in the
Philippines

GENERAL
SANTOS CITY
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  1. 1. FAULTS Faul
  2. 2. FAULTS A fault is a planar fracture or discontinuity in a volume of rock, across which there has been significant displacement along the fractures as a result of earth movement.
  3. 3. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) A Normal Fault create space. Two blocks of crust pull apart, extending the crust.
  4. 4. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Hanging Wall Footwall A Normal Fault create space. Two blocks of crust pull apart, extending the crust.
  5. 5. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Reverse faults, also called thrust faults, squeeze the crust, pushing two blocks of crust on top of each other.
  6. 6. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Reverse faults, also Hanging Wall Footwall called thrust faults, squeeze the crust, pushing two blocks of crust on top of each other.
  7. 7. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  8. 8. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Top View Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  9. 9. FAULTS Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  10. 10. FAULTS Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  11. 11. FAULTS system in the Philippines LAOAG CITY
  12. 12. FAULTS system in the Philippines MARIKINA VALLEY FAULT SYSTEM
  13. 13. FAULTS system in the Philippines Near BORONGAN
  14. 14. FAULTS system in the Philippines GENERAL SANTOS CITY
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