|Statement||by Gilbert Wilson|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource.|
Introduction The small-scale structures referred to in this publication are those structures of tectonic origin that can be observed with the naked eye in the field. Their scale varies broadly between that of the hand-specimen to that of the exposure, or even mountainside. Introduction to Small~scale Geological Structures. [Gilbert Wilson] -- The small-scale structures referred to in this publication are those structures of tectonic . 1 Introduction.- 2 Stress and strain.- 3 Structural symmetry.- 4 Structure and stratigraphical succession.- 5 Structures in brittle rocks: tension fractures and shear zones.- 6 Rock cleavage and schistosity: generalities.- 7 Fracture cleavage and strain-slip cleavage.- 8 Flow cleavage, schistosity and lineation.- 9 Boudinage.- 10 Drag-folds and parasitic folds.- 11 Mullion and rodding structures.- 12 . In addition to research papers and Earth: Portrait of a Planet, Essentials of Geology, Earth Science, and Laboratory Manual for Introductory Geology, he has co-authored Earth Structure: An Introduction to Structural Geology and Tectonics, and Basic Methods of Structural by:
The small-scale structures referred to in this publication are those structures of tectonic origin that can be observed with the naked eye in the field. Their scale varies broadly between that of the hand-specimen to that of the exposure, or even : Gilbert Wilson. Open Educational Resources. This text is provided to you as an Open Educational Resource which you access online. It is designed to give you a comprehensive introduction to Geology at no or very nominal cost. It contains both written and graphic text material, intra-text links to other internal material which may aid in understanding topics. It is a field-based discipline which aims at understanding, from observation of the landscape and the geology visible at its surface, the 3-dimensional geological architecture. Introduction to Geological Maps and Structures describes the basic methods to interpret and attain a better understanding of geological maps. The book describes the nature and preparation of geological maps, and then covers topics such as solid and drift maps, geological boundaries, sections, and .
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