Friday
December 19, 2014

Homework Help: earth sceince

Posted by Anonymous on Friday, April 9, 2010 at 5:30pm.

A fault is observed in a road cut, but there are no obvious rock units to correlate on either side of the fault to determine relative movement. How else might you determine or even infer whether the hanging wall has moved up or down relative to the footwall? (Hint: Think of fossils, tectonic setting, etc.)

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Earth science - a fault is observed in a road cut, but there is no obvious rock ...
Earth science - The following questions are based on the “Mt. Dome, California...
Jones - 1. To what extent can earthquakes be predicted? 3. What can a trench dug...
EARTH SCIENCE - How will the landscape change after movement along a thrust ...
Physical Geography PLEASE CHECK & HELP WITH #2! - The following questions are ...
Science - A community has just built a street across a strike slip fault that ...
science - 1. Why do earthquakes occur along the San Andreas Fault? a. Two plates...
6th grade science - My son has to Compare and Contrast a normal fault and a ...
science - 1. The image above shows the Andes Mountains. Which of the following ...
health - Dr Bob's computerized records are damaged by a power surge,Which of the...

Search
Members