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  • 1. FAULTS Faul
  • 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. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) A Normal Fault create space. Two blocks of crust pull apart, extending the crust.
  • 4. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Hanging Wall Footwall A Normal Fault create space. Two blocks of crust pull apart, extending the crust.
  • 5. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Reverse faults, also called thrust faults, squeeze the crust, pushing two blocks of crust on top of each other.
  • 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. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  • 8. FAULTS (DIPSLIP) Top View Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  • 9. FAULTS Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  • 10. FAULTS Strike-slip faults indicate rocks are sliding past each other, with little to no vertical movement.
  • 11. FAULTS system in the Philippines LAOAG CITY
  • 12. FAULTS system in the Philippines MARIKINA VALLEY FAULT SYSTEM
  • 13. FAULTS system in the Philippines Near BORONGAN
  • 14. FAULTS system in the Philippines GENERAL SANTOS CITY

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