6 edition of Fault-related rocks found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Arthur W. Snoke, Jan Tullis, and Victoria R. Todd.|
|Contributions||Snoke, Arthur W., Tullis, Jan., Todd, Victoria R.|
|LC Classifications||QE475.M95 F38 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 617 p. :|
|Number of Pages||617|
|LC Control Number||97019775|
Google Scholar Spry, A. This book examines the hydraulic characterisation of fractured rocks, with specific reference to the fluid flow in single fractures, the interpretation of hydraulic tests, the geometrical characterisation Fault-related rocks book modelling of fracture networks. An upthrown block between two normal faults dipping away from each other is a horst. Quantum single harmonic oscillator; Appendix E. Mylonite — a fault rock which is cohesive and characterized by a well-developed planar fabric resulting from tectonic reduction of grain size, and commonly containing rounded porphyroclasts and rock fragments of similar composition to minerals in the matrix Pseudotachylyte — ultrafine-grained glassy-looking material, usually black and flinty in appearance, occurring as thin planar veinsinjection veins or as a matrix to pseudoconglomerates or brecciaswhich infills dilation fractures in the host rock. Electron bands; 2.
References Abbott, J. Google Scholar Lapworth, C. Continued dip-slip displacement tends to juxtapose fault rocks characteristic of different crustal levels, with varying degrees of overprinting. Fractures created by ring faults may be filled by ring dikes.
The crater is about 11 kilometers 6. Mass displacement[ edit ] If the folding deformation cannot be accommodated by flexural slip or volume-change shortening bucklingthe rocks are generally removed from the path of the stress. Interactions of quasiparticles; 6. Glover,U-Pb systematics of zircons during dynamic metamorphism: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. Ductile behavior is that which occurs in a rock
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The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands Fault-related rocks book books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in Quantized waves; 5. Huge flooding occurred during the Middle Ordovician period Ma.
In the main, photographic part of the book, the editors divide the contributions into three Fault-related rocks book categories, covering brittle behavior, semi-brittle behavior, and ductile behavior. Rimstidt,Fluid interaction and element mobility in the development of ultramylonites: Geology, v.
Google Scholar Bond, P. Recommended Citation Bradbury, K. MarieNorthern Ontario, Canada All faults have a measurable thickness, made up of deformed rock characteristic of the level in the crust where the faulting happened, of the rock types affected by the fault and of the presence and nature of any mineralising fluids.
Cross-sectional illustration of normal and reverse dip-slip faults In a normal fault, the hanging wall moves downward, relative to the footwall.
Geiser, R. Normal faults in Spainbetween which rock layers have slipped downwards at photo's centre Dip-slip faults can be either normal " extensional " or reverse.
The book opens with an extensive introduction by Arthur W. There are other similar hills created by ice action in southern Saskatchewan as well. Geiser, R.
Nearly all faults have some component of both dip-slip and strike-slip; hence, defining a fault as oblique requires both dip and strike components to be measurable and significant. Google Scholar Wise, D. Williston basin outlined. A good analogy is bending a phone book, where volume preservation is accommodated by slip between the pages of the book.
Dallmeyer, and P. Snoke and Tullis address these problems by presenting the currently accepted ideas in the field, focusing on deformation mechanisms and conceptual models for fault and shear zones.
The level of a fault's activity can be critical for 1 locating buildings, tanks, and pipelines and 2 assessing the seismic shaking and tsunami hazard to infrastructure and people in the vicinity.
This occurs by several mechanisms.
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