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Listric Fault Definition

Listric Fault

Listric Fault: In the field of geology, a listric fault refers to a fault with a curved fault plane. Most listric faults comprise a steeply dipping section near the surface. But the fault plane becomes increasingly flat with depth. Listric faults can be normal faults or reverse faults.

Listric Fault Block Diagram

Listric Fault Block Diagram – By Geo Forward

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