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Brittle Structures

If you look at the photographs of rock outcrops, you’ll notice thin dark lines that cross the rock faces. These lines r…

Folds and Foliations

Geometry of Folds Imagine a carpet lying ?At on the ?Oor. Push on one end of the carpet, and it'll wrinkle or conto…

Structural geology and tectonics

The word shape is derived from the Latinword struere, to construct, and lets say: "A geologic shape is a geometric…

Structural analysis

Many structural tactics span thousands to hundreds of thousands of years, and maximum structural data describe the ?Nal…

Stereographic projection

Stereographic projection is about representing planar and linear features in a two-dimensional diagram. The orientation…

What is deformation?

The term deformation is, like several other structural geology terms, used in different ways by different people and u…

Siccar Point - the world's most important geological site and the birthplace of modern geology

Siccar Point  is world-famous as the most important unconformity described by James Hutton (1726-1797) in support of hi…

Why perform strain analysis?

Why do we carry out stress analysis?. It can be critical to retrieve information approximately stress from deformed roc…

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