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By applying the various principles, draw a cross section of an area in which the following sequences of events occurred. The relative time relationship for all events should be clear to you from your single cross section that shows what the geology looks like at present.a. Metamorphism took place during the Archean. During later Precambrian time, uplift and erosion reduced the area to a plane.b. Three layers of marine sedimentary rock (limestone) were deposited on the plane during Ordovician through Devonian time.c. Although sedimentation may have taken place during the Mississippian through Permian, there are presently no sedimentary rocks of that age in the area.d. A vertical dike intruded all rocks that existed here during the Permian.e. A layer of sandstone was deposited during the Triassic.f. All of the rocks were tilted 45 during the Cretaceous. This was followed by erosion to a planar surface.g. The area dropped below sea level, and two layers of Tertiary sedimentary rock were deposited on the erosion surface.h. Uplift and erosion during the Quaternary resulted in a slightly hilly surface.i. Following erosion, a vertical dike fed a small volcano
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Folds and Faults "Review"
This is a review of the keys points of the folds and faults lab. Doing well on this is a good indicator of your knowledge of
the subject. This exercise is due April 29th and will be graded as a portion of Chp. 16 lab. I will post the answers the
afternoon of April 29th. Recall the format when giving strike and dip.
1. [4 pts] What is the angle and direction of the strike for the map symbol below?
2. [3 pts] What is the angle and direction of the dip for the map symbol below?
3. [2 pts] What feature is denoted by the letter A? How do you know?
4. [2 pts] What feature is denoted by the letter B? How do you know?
5. [2 pts] Is rock layer C or D older? How do you know?
6. [2 pts] Is rock layer E or F older? How do you know?
7. [2 pts] True or... False and tell me why: Younger beds dip toward/under older beds.
8. [4 pts] On the second picture above is a picture of a fault. Is side X the hanging wall or the footwall? Side Y? What kind of
fault is it? Be specific!
Fault type: _______________________________________