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A fault is "any surface or narrow zone with visible shear displacement along the zone" (Fossen). A fault's displacement is described by its heave in the horizontal axis and throw in the vertical axis. (continued discussion of fault basics required?)
 
A fault is "any surface or narrow zone with visible shear displacement along the zone" (Fossen). A fault's displacement is described by its heave in the horizontal axis and throw in the vertical axis. (continued discussion of fault basics required?)
  
== Importance of faults in seismic exploration ==
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== Importance of faults interpretation in seismic exploration ==
 
Discussion of traps and seals caused by faulting
 
Discussion of traps and seals caused by faulting
  

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Fault terminology and characteristics

Source 1: Structural Geology textbook by Haakon Fossen

A fault is "any surface or narrow zone with visible shear displacement along the zone" (Fossen). A fault's displacement is described by its heave in the horizontal axis and throw in the vertical axis. (continued discussion of fault basics required?)

Importance of faults interpretation in seismic exploration

Discussion of traps and seals caused by faulting

Processes of seismic imaging of faults

Common issues

Fault Shadow