Which of the following movements describes the “left-lateral nor- mal fault”?

 

For each of the following multiple-choice questions, select the correct

answers.

 

(1) The movement of a fault is horizontal (or lateral) and each block

moves to the left of the opposite block. Which of the following

faults fit(s) this type of movement?

A. Normal fault.

B. Reverse fault (thrust fault).

C. Right lateral fault.

D. Left lateral fault.

E. Left-lateral normal fault.

 

(2) Which of the following movements describes the “left-lateral nor-

mal fault”?

A. The movement is vertical, the hanging wall moves up relative to

the foot wall.

B. The movement is horizontal (or lateral), each block moves to the

right of the opposite block.

C. The movement is horizontal (or lateral), each block moves to the

left of the opposite block.

D. The movement is combined by the normal fault movement and

left-lateral fault movement.

E. The movement is combined by the reverse fault movement and

left-lateral fault movement.

 

(3) An epicenter is:

A. The location where a fault rupture first occurs.

B. The point vertically above the focus and on the ground surface.

C. The location where the seismometer is installed.

D. The position after the fault rupture.

E. The location where the body wave originates.

 

(4) A primary wave is a:

A. Shear wave.

B. Body wave.

C. Surface wave.

D. Compressional wave.

E. Longitudinal wave.

 

(5) A surface wave is a(n):

A. Interaction between P-waves and S-waves.

B. Interaction between SV-waves and SH-waves.

C. Body wave.

D. Love wave and Rayleigh wave.

E. Primary wave.

 

(6) The following conditions contribute to the occurrence of liquefac-

tion:

A. Sandy or silty soils.

B. Saturation.

C. Loose or medium compaction.

D. Seismic stress.

E. High plasticity index of soil.

 

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