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Step 1. 10% unfaulted

Step 2. 20% unfaulted

Step 3. 30% unfaulted

Step 4. 40% unfaulted

Step 5. 50% unfaulted

Step 6. 60% unfaulted

Step 8. 80% unfaulted

Step 9. 90% unfaulted

Step 10. Fully unfaulted

Step 7. 70% unfaulted

Step 0. original

Batain coast, Oman. Outcrop of Jurassic radiolarian chert thrusted up by the collision of Africa against Eurasia. The normal faulting is post-sedimentary. In the unfaulted state the detailed correlatability of all features is remarkable. Photo Kees Rutten.

 

 

Notes: you can copy the images below and insert them in a presentation as a movie. It is nice to also copy them backwards to close the faults again.

Oman, Batain coast, radiolarite, unfault, ezvalidator, slokkert

Oman, Batain coast: normal faults in outcrop of Jurassic radiolarite chert