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In this activity, students use a pan filled with wet sand to simulate soil liquefaction. When the pan is tapped, a brick placed on the sand will tilt and sink, as a building constructed on wet fill would.
This page provides an introduction to strike-slip and oblique-slip faults, including brief written descriptions and animated diagrams showing the relative sense of motion on these faults.
To some, the terms folds, faults, and shear zones might suggest a type of elaborate and cutting-edge style of origami. Those in the know will think immediately of the field of structural geology, and this site is a fine...
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