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  1. Angular (Tilt)
  2. Oblique-Slip Fault
  3. Angular (Strike)
  4. Faults
  5. Compressional Stress
  6. Deformation Structures
  7. Tilted Beds have a Strike Measurement
  8. Types of Folds
  9. Stress
  10. Strain
  11. Drag Folds
  12. 3 Types of Joints
  13. Anticline
  14. Directional (Strike)
  15. Joints
  16. Dip-Slip Faults
  17. How Rocks Behave When Stressed
  18. Structural Domes
  19. Slickenside
  20. Strike-Slip Fault
  21. Tilted Beds have a Dip Measurement
  22. Components of a fold
  23. Fault-Zone
  24. Elastic
  25. Ductile
  26. 3 Types of Stress
  27. 2 components of tilted beds
  28. How to Measure a Strike & Dip
  29. Shear Stress
  30. Sedimentary Structures
  31. Brittle
  32. What is elastic limit?
  33. Syncline
  34. Structural Geology
  35. Folds
  36. Directional (Tilt)
  37. 2 Components to a Strike
  38. Structural Basin
  39. Tensional Stress
  40. 2 Types of Dip-Slip Faults
  41. Normal Fault
  42. Parameters of Rock Stress
  43. 3 Phases of Strain
  44. Reverse Fault
  1. a -Force per unit area
    ~lb/cm squared
  2. b -Fold shaped like a trough
    -Youngest rocks are in the core of the fold & get progressively older toward the edge
    -Rock beds dip toward hinge line
  3. c -Angle that a bedding plane dips below the Earth's surface
    -two components
  4. d -Angular (Strike)
    -Directional (Stike)
  5. e -Fold in which the beds dip away from a center point
    -Olderst rocks are exposed at the core & get progressively younger toward the edge
  6. f -Dip-slip & strike-slip components of movement
  7. g -Zone of broken rock that was ground up by fault movement
  8. h -Hangingwall moves up relative to the footwall
    -Compressional stress
    -Thrust fault
    ~Low angle reverse fault
    ~less than 30 degrees
  9. i -Features that result from the deformation of the earth's crust after lithification
  10. j -Minor folds produced by movement two fault blocks in opposite directions
  11. k -Polished & striated rock surface
  12. l -How many degrees below the horizontal
  13. m -the study of how rocks are deformed by Earth's force after lithification
  14. n -Columnar Joints
    -Sheet Joints
    -Vertical Joints
  15. o -Fractures in rocks in along which sliding or displacement has occured
  16. p -limit to how far something can bend w/o breaking
  17. q -Find an exposed outcrop
    -Find a smooth surface or create one
    -Use Brunton Compass
  18. r -Compass direction ofa line formed by the intersection of an inclined bedding plane with a horizontal plane
    -Perpendicular to the dip direction
  19. s -Fold in which the beds dip toward a center point
    -Youngest rocks are exposed at the core
  20. t -Movement is parallel to dip direction
  21. u -Given in two directions
  22. v -Hinge lines
    -Axial Plane
    -Limb
  23. w -Stresses act parallel to a plane
  24. x -Forces push the rock together from opposite directions
  25. y -Forces pulling away from each other in an opposite direction
  26. z -Hangingwall down relative to footwall
    -Tensional stress
  27. aa -Bends in layered rock
  28. ab -Change in the shape & or size (volume) in response to stress
  29. ac -Amount of stress applied
    -Rate at which stress is applied
    -The composition of the rock
    -Temperature at which rock is strained
    -Pressure at which rock is strained
  30. ad -What direction the bed dips
  31. ae -Angula (Tilt)
    -Directional (Tilt)
  32. af -Material will bend while under stress but will NOT return to its orginal shape after stress is removed
  33. ag -Elastic
    -Ductile
    -Brittle
  34. ah -Normal Fault
    -Reverse Fault
  35. ai -Material fractures at stresses higher than the strength of that material
  36. aj -Fold shaped like an arch
    -Oldest rocks in the center (core) of the fold getting progressively younger toward the edge
    -Beds dip away from hinge line
  37. ak -Anticline
    -Syncline
    -Structural Domes
    -Structural Basin
  38. al -Deformed material that recovers its original shape after stress is reduced or removed
  39. am -Fractures or cracks in a rock body in which no displacement has occured
  40. an -How many degrees off of due North
  41. ao -Rocks response to stress depend on certain parameters
  42. ap -Movement (slip) is parallel to the strike of the fault
    -Horizontal or lateral faults
    -Shear Stress
    ~ex: San Andreas Fault
  43. aq -Compressional Stress
    -Tensional Stress
    -Shear Stress
  44. ar -Features found within sedimentary rocks that form during or after deposition but before lithification