Nikko Andriotis
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THe syncline is when the fold is on an uprise and looks like a U-shape while the anticline is an arch shape.
http://www.nvcc.edu/home/cbentley/gol_135/sideling_hill/images/folds.jpg

Ermin Murati
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Normal Fault

After reading about folds and faults, post an image of one fold and one fault and add a caption below each image that explains what can be seen in the image. To avoid plagiarism, cite the source of your images and make sure your summaries (captions) and images are not too similar to those of another student or author. DO NOT SAVE WORD DOCUMENTS! Upload images that show up, when the page is opened (JPEG images seem to work best)!


posted below by: jessica cholewa
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above's link: http://st-takla.org/Pix/Bible-vs-Science/www-St-Takla-org__Folds-n-Faults.jpg

above are some other types of folds that i never heard of but i thought they were interesting so i posted them............

FAULTS ARE BREAKS IN ROCK LAYERS THAT WERE CAUSED BY THE MOVEMENT OF THE ROCKS THAT HAD SOME SORT OF STRESS PUT ON THEM.
FOLDS ARE BENT LAYERS OF ROCKS THAT USED TO BE HORIZONTAL BUT ARE NOW DEFORMED BECAUSE OF COMPRESSIONAL FORCES.

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above's link: http://williamsclass.com/SixthScienceWork/FoldFault/FoldFaultGeologyNotes.htm
anticline is when rock layers get pushed upward creating and arch like structure. ans syncline is the complete opposite of syncline and also syncline rocks layers dip down into a "U" shape.

compressions_and_undeformed_rocks.jpg
above's link: http://hays.outcrop.org/images/press4e/ch11/figure-11-06-2.jpg
and http://uonline.utah.edu/uonline/GEO1001_slides/intro_23.html


*compressional forces are forces that come from all different directions but in the end the rock layers end up getting all crushed.


Monika Dudzik
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Four types of folds: Monocline, Anticilne, Syncline, and overturned anticline and syncline.
Source: geology.uprm.edu/Morelock/ 1_image/structure.htm\

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The five types of faults: normal, overthrust, strike-slip, garaben, and horst.
Source: blue.utb.edu/.../Lectures/ Plate_Tectonics.html

Ashly Chacko

external image Faults_and_folds.jpg
The types of faults are Normal Fault, Strike-Slip Fault, Reverse Fault, Thrust Fault,Sycline and Anticline.
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Faults_and_folds.jpg

Peter Aziz
external image folds.jpg
The different types of folds and their movement. Horizontal syncline, the pluning syncline, the horizontal antidine, and the plunging antidine.
source: http://www.geo.wvu.edu/~jtoro/Petroleum/petroleum_figs/review2/traps/folds.jpg
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There are many types of faults such as normal,reverse,thrust, and strike slip faults. Normal pull away and occur in the lithosphere where it is being stretched. Reverse faults come together. Thrust faults are a break in the Earth's crust. Strike slip faults movements are side to side.
source: http://www.winona.edu/Geology/MRW/mrwimages/faults.

By: Beata Surma

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http://dept.kent.edu/geology/edlab/structure/fold.gif
A fold is a deformation that occurs when seidmentary or volcanic rock are bent into a series of wavelink forms. There are two different types, anitcline, monoclines and synclines. As you can see from the picture, anticlines are the part of the wave that are is pushed upward, while the synclines are the "dips" in the wavelike shape. Monoclines are horizantal sedimentary strata. It's important to remember that folds do not continue forever, but their ends die out.
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http://www.glossary.oilfield.slb.com/files/OGL98064.jpg
Faults are fracutres in the crust along which displacement has taken place. There are different types of faults such as, dip-slip faults, normaml faults, reverse faults, thrust faults, detachment fualts, strike-slip faults, and tranform faults. Faults can range in size from being tiny to being big and a few hundred meters long.


Harshang Sheth

This Diagram depicts some of the differences between Asymmetrical, Symmetrical, and OVERTURNED folds.
This Diagram depicts some of the differences between Asymmetrical, Symmetrical, and OVERTURNED folds.

http://web.arc.losrios.edu/~borougt/GeologicStructuresDiagrams.htm
As you can see in the image that there are three types folds: Syncline, Anticline and overtuned folds.
In the top image you can see that the two sides of the rock is limbs and the center of the rock is axial.

external image faults.jpg
http://www.geo.wvu.edu/~jtoro/Petroleum/petroleum_figs/review2/traps/faults.jpg
This image show 5 types of the faults: Normal Fault, Reverse fault, dip-slip fault, oblique-slip fault, and strike-slip fault.


Post by: Evan Lopez
Source: http://www.geotech.org/survey/geotech/basicgeo.htmlfolds-evan.gif
Deformation occurring due to horizontal or vertical forces to the crust that make folds which can be: asymmetrical, overturned, or recumbent.
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The picture shows a reverse fault:the hanging wall moves up, a normal fault: the hanging wall moves down, and a strike slip fault: moves either left or right with the surface nearly verticle.




Camelia Hammad
Folds:


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__http://www.gly.uga.edu/railsback/1121PlungingFol__http://www.gly.uga.edu/railsback/1121PlungingFolds.jpeg
This image shows that the oldests beds are in the center of the anticlines, and the second one the anticline and syncline plunging toward each other and in the last the one, the anticline and syncline is plunging away from each other.

Faults:
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http://athene.as.arizona.edu/~lclose/teaching/nats102/faults.gifThis image shows the three types of faults:
1- Normal Fault: the hanging wall goes down and the footwall goes up
2- Reverse Fault: The footwall goes down and the hanging wall goes up
3- Strike-Slip Fault: Both sides move past each other




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Anticline


Anticline is a type of fold that is arched and has its oldest layer at the center.
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Syncline is a downward curving fold and has its youngest layer at the center.
Source: http://www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/10l.html

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Source: http://geomaps.wr.usgs.gov/sfgeo/quaternary/stories/what_fault.html
A fault is a break in the rocks that make up the Earth’s crust, along which rocks on either side have moved past each other.

-Michelle Castaneda



Michaela Laws below

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In tectonic plate movment, folds start to form all around us and the faults change. These forces are what make the earth around us and it's landscape.
http://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/contexts/earthquakes/sci_media/images/earth_folds

Pedro Lopez
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http://www.hp1039.jishin.go.jp/eqchreng/figures/af

A fault is a break in the rocks that make up the Earth’s crust, along which rocks on either side have moved past each other.

Post by: Abiola Adun
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Anticline and syncline folds create symmetrical, symmetrical, or overturned folds. A symmetrical fold is if when the fold is divided down the middle both sides are the same. Asymmetrical folds is if the fold is cut down the center and the two sides aren't the same. An overturned fold in when the top of a anticline or syncline overlaps a limb.

Post By: Jackie Mazariegos


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http://www.geo.utexas.edu/courses/303/303_Lab/LabImages/syncline.jpg
http://www.geo.utexas.edu/courses/303/303_Lab/LabImages/syncline.jpg
http://www.geo.utexas.edu/courses/303/303_Lab/LabImages/anticlne.jpg
http://www.geo.utexas.edu/courses/303/303_Lab/LabImages/anticlne.jpg


An Anticline and Syncline are folds that can be symmetrical or asymmetrical. The Anticline has more of an arc shape to it while the syncline has more of a U-shape to it.
Source: http://www.geo.utexas.edu/courses/303/303_Lab/StructureLab303.html