5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- A geological fault in which the upper side appears to have been pushed upward by compression
- a downward fold in rock formed by compression in earth's crust
- Forms when a normal faults uplift a block of rock.
- a type of fault where the hanging wall slides downward; caused by tension in the crust
4 True/False questions
fold mountains → Formed when magma collects and pushes the rock layers above it into a rounded-dome shape.
passive margin → the continental margin near an area of lithospheric plate divergence
reverse fault → a type of fault where the hanging wall slides upward; caused by compression in the crust
horst and graben → location of two normal faults that dip towards each other, horst is the ridge, graben is the valley