Pic of the day #236 (Hinterland dipping Duplex)

Hinterland-dipping duplexes– The general process lies in that the successive thrust faults cut into the foot-wall forming horses. Younger faults tilt the previous fault and the horse back toward the hinterland. New horses do not move beyond the tip of the next successive thrust fault

Pic of the day #235 (Duplex)

In structural geology, a Duplex is a system of Imbricate (overlapping) thrusts that branch off from a single fault below and merge with a thrust fault above. Duplexes form stacks of thrust-bounded rock bodies, which are bounded by roof and floor thrusts. The rock body that

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