Leimiwon Zimik Asked a Question
February 7, 2021 2:34 ampts 30 pts
The geological map below shows a folded quartzite bed (hatched) in which the western limb is vertical, and the eastern limb strikes due north and dips 45° to the east. A north-south trending dolerite dyke (solid black) that dips 45° westerly cuts across the folded bed. An east-west trending vertical fault (F-F) cuts across all the rock types. Explain why the western limbbof the fold is apparently not displaced by the fault. Compute the net slip on the fault F-F. Trace the eastern limb of the fold south of the fault F-F in the map below.
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  • Sajan sarthak thankyou
    DIP SLIP VERTICAL SO NO DISPLACEMENT
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