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# Folds

## There are several types of folds including monoclines, anticlines and synclines.

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## Folds

The conditions and factors that lead to rock fold.
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## Folds

by CK-12 //basic
The conditions and factors that lead to rock fold.
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## Folds

The conditions and factors that lead to rock fold.
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## Folds

by Jim Doherty, Ph.D. //at grade
The conditions and factors that lead to rock fold.
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The conditions and factors that lead to rock fold.
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## Folds

The conditions and factors that lead to rock fold.
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## Folds, Dip, and Strike

by CK-12 //basic
Describes how to determine dip and strike of folded rock layers and how to interpret geologic maps.
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## Folds and Faults Lesson Plan

Includes a hands-on activity in which students explore folds and faults and learn how to represent them on maps and cross sections. Includes student activity worksheet.
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## Folds Quiz - MS ES

by CK-12 //basic
Reviews conditions and factors that lead to rock fold.
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## Folds Quiz

Quiz on Folds
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## Folds Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Folds.
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• Real World Application

## Blue Eye of Africa

by CK-12 //basic
An eroded dome of sedimentary rock layers creates a structure that looks from space like a blue eye in the Sahara.
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## Waterpocket Fold

Learn about Waterpocket Fold, a classic monocline in Utah.
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• Real World Application

## Capitol Reef National Park

Discover Capitol Reef in Utah where exposed sedimentry rocks reveal the geologic history of the area.
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• Study Guide

## Folds and Faults Study Guide

This study guide summarizes the key points of Folds and Faults.
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