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Physical Geography: The Global Environment, Second Edition - Unit 27

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Question 1:


a) strike
b) angle of dip
c) direction of dip
d) echelon
e) line of thrust

Question 2:


a) Normal
b) Reverse
c) Transverse
d) Tensional
e) Stacked

Question 3:


a) Angled
b) Reverse
c) Transverse
d) Thrust
e) Tensional

Question 4:


a) horst
b) echelon
c) graben
d) anticline
e) caldera

Question 5:


a) transcurrent faults
b) transform faults
c) strike-slip faults
d) reverse faults
e) All are associated with horizontal plate movement.

Question 6:


a) joint
b) fault
c) transform fault
d) recumbent fold
e) crease

Question 7:


a) limestone
b) shale
c) strike
d) dip
e) fault

Question 8:


a) strike
b) dip
c) blind
d) throw
e) joint

Question 9:


a) vertical offset
b) horizontal offset
c) direction of dip
d) direction of strike
e) angle of dip

Question 10:


a) Upthrow
b) Downthrow
c) Normal fault
d) Echelon
e) Plateau

Question 11:


a) Tension
b) Compression
c) Transverse
d) Thurst
e) Reverse

Question 12:


a) Tension
b) Compression
c) Transverse
d) Thrust
e) Reverse

Question 13:


a) Tension
b) Compression
c) Transverse
d) Thrust
e) Reverse

Question 14:


a) vertical
b) horizontal
c) transcurrent
d) transforming
e) folding

Question 15:


a) Diastrophism
b) Crustal warping
c) Epeirogeny
d) All of the above.

Question 16:


a) True
b) False

Question 17:


a) True
b) False

Question 18:


a) True
b) False

Question 19:


a) True
b) False

Question 20:


a) True
b) False

Question 21:


a) True
b) False