Why are thrust faults, folds, and reverse faults commonly found together?
Horsts and grabens are formed by compressional stress.
Seismic waves that can only travel through solids are _.
What is the difference between the focus and the epicenter?
The New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-1812 are the strongest ever-recorded quakes in the coterminous U.S.
Identify the fault in the image. (Map View)
The famous San Andreas Fault is strike-slip fault in California.
This is a _____ fault caused by _____ stress.
Horsts and grabens are a series of reverse faults with the fault lines dipping in opposite directions.
Identify the fault in the image.
The strongest earthquake recorded in the United States was in __.
Which of the following is NOT true about this image of R2D2 taken in Death Valley? ---or Tatooine if you prefer :)