the synonym for reverse fault is dip-slip fault. the opposite of reverse fault is normal fault. Reverse faults pull towards each other while normal faults pull away. (normal faults aren't so normal)
A normal fault is the opposite of a reverse fault.
The angle of a fault plane can be used to tell the difference between a normal fault and a reverse fault. Which side went up relative to the other side is also another way to know the difference.
A reverse fault
The Owens Valley is NOT a reverse fault. This valley is a normal fault.
A reverse fault is a fault in which the hanging wall moves up relative to the footwall.
its the motion of a normal fault but reverse
It is their fault.
A reverse fault occurs when the hanging wall moves upward
normal reverse strike-slip
Earthquake faults has four types which are the normal fault, reverse fault, thrust fault, and strike-lip fault. The fault that is formed when plates are compressed is the reverse fault.
They are faults because the different waves go closer to the reverse fault and keeps it in place. During a reverse fault plates slide over.
normal fault reverse fault slip strike fault
The Sierra Madre fault zone of southern California is an example of a reverse fault. There is also a reverse fault near the Sun River in Lewis and Clark county,candyland
There is a slight difference. A thrust fault is a variety of reverse fault with a dip angle of less than 45 degrees.
In a reverse fault the maximum principal stress is horizontal, compression causes reverse (thrust) faults.
they are at fault because they should have pulled off to the side.
A normal fault occurs when the Earth's crust is extended. A reverse fault occurs when the crust is shortened and is the opposite of a normal fault.
Neither. It is a strike-slip fault.
No. A thrust fault is a low-angle reverse fault.
It is a reverse fault.