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<b>1</b>. Reversal of the dip direction such as produced by rotation of a block resulting from sliding along a curved (<b>listric</b>) <b>fault</b> plane. Usually associated with gravity faulting contemporaneous with deposition (<b>growth fault</b>). <b>2</b>. Cable rollover is an ambiguity resulting from having more than one group of geophones at different offset distances simultaneously connected to the same channel.
 
<b>1</b>. Reversal of the dip direction such as produced by rotation of a block resulting from sliding along a curved (<b>listric</b>) <b>fault</b> plane. Usually associated with gravity faulting contemporaneous with deposition (<b>growth fault</b>). <b>2</b>. Cable rollover is an ambiguity resulting from having more than one group of geophones at different offset distances simultaneously connected to the same channel.
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1. Reversal of the dip direction such as produced by rotation of a block resulting from sliding along a curved (listric) fault plane. Usually associated with gravity faulting contemporaneous with deposition (growth fault). 2. Cable rollover is an ambiguity resulting from having more than one group of geophones at different offset distances simultaneously connected to the same channel.