One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- another term for strike-slip fault
- ‘These components combine to generate bulk constriction, which is expressed, in the brittle regime, by a combination of normal and wrench faults and, in layered sequences, by fold hinges parallel to the finite stretching direction.’
- ‘In SW England a series of isolated, enclosed basins occur along the line of the major NW-SE-trending Sticklepath-Lustleigh wrench fault.’
- ‘The 1950s were thus the decade when most hypotheses of global tectonics were based on concepts of lateral movement along strike-slip faults, although terms such as wrench faults or megashears were more commonly used.’
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