Reverse Fault Block Diagram

Reverse Fault Definition 4


Reverse Fault

Reverse Fault: In the field of geology, a reverse fault is a dip-slip fault in which the hanging wall moves upwards, relative to the footwall. The average dipping angle of a reverse fault ranges from 45 to 90 degrees. However, if less than 45 degrees, it becomes a “thrust fault.” Reverse faults are the opposite of normal faults.

Reverse Fault Block Diagram

Reverse Fault Block Diagram – Geo Forward


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