A reverse fault occurs when the hanging wall moves upward
A reverse fault is a fault in which the hanging wall moves up relative to the footwall.
reverse faults move from compression when the hanging wall moves up
A reverse fault moves because it is under compression. The dip of a reverse fault is relatively steep, greater than 45-degrees.
The hanging wall in a reverse fault moves up relative to the footwall
You put it in a circle form and write it in the reverse side of clock moves
normal fault and the hanging wall that moves up is a reverse fault
The reverse process is called condensation.
A reverse fault one side moves up, while with a normal fault one side moves down.its idk find it your self dont cheat
Hoe a train moves.
In a normal fault, the hanging wall of the fault moves down relative to the foot wall. In a reverse fault, the hanging wall moves upward relative to the foot wall.
there is no reverse gear but ..... it has ... thrust reverser is equipped in the jet engine which moves the aircraft backwards even faster
In a reverse fault, the hanging wall moves upwards relative to the foot wall.
Try putting it in 1st.
The reverse is "shot" on your transmission. You'll need to either rebuild/replace the transmission or get another vehicle.
The concentration gradient is controlled by Diffusion. This same movement in reverse is known as Osmosis.
Reverse faulting is found in the Himalayas. With a reverse fault, the hanging wall moves up relative to the footwall.
A reverse fault means the footwall of the fault moves down with respect to the hanging wall. This will cause a repeat section in the stratagraphic history.