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Yes. Brittle deformation of rock bodies is characterized by slow internal flow of the rock material. True or false?
Weegy: True User: A narrow block of rock that has dropped down between two normal faults is a- Horst, thrust, or a graben? Weegy: A narrow block of rock that has dropped down between two normal faults is a graben. User: In what type of fault does the hanging wall move upward in relation to the footwall? Normal, thrust, or strike slip? Weegy: C. Folded mountains occur at normal faults from the footwall being thrust upward along the hanging wall. User: Dip relates the angle of a rock body's inclination from the horizontal. True or false? Weegy: True. Dip relates the angle of a rock body's inclination from the horizontal. (More)
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