antiform


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antiform

[′an·tē‚fȯrm]
(geology)
An anticline-like structure whose stratigraphic sequence is not known.
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(5) See, for example, Robert Morris' Continuous Project-Altered Daily (1969) the materials of which underwent changes during the work's existence and were eventually swept up and disposed of by the artist; also: Robert Morris, 'AntiForm', Artforum, April (1968) Robert Morris, "Ant Form," Artforum, April 1968, reprinted in Continuous Project Altered Daily: The Writings of Robert Morris, Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press, 1993, p.
The Chako antiform: A folded segment of the Greater Himalayan sequence, Nar valley, Central Nepal Himalayal.
The mineralization has been modelled with east and west dipping limbs to the antiform assumed to be 300m in down-dip length each down to a vertical depth of 250m.
Northwest Fingerpost Hill 1 is situated in a large-scale antiform which forms a distinct hill with some of the best outcrops of small-scale second-order folding in the project area.
The tanzanite deposits occur in the crest of the large Lelatema fold or antiform, which is bounded by major faults parallel to the schistosity.
Hassan identifies postmodern qualities as "antiform (disjunctive, open), chance, anarchy, exhaustion/silence, process, participation, dispersal, rhetoric, parataxis, metonymy, anti-narrative;" this list, McGee and Handa argue, "aptly characterizes the world in which WPAs must function everyday" (2).
7) constitutes a relief related to the development of a complex shaped recent antiform that is located near the coast line, overprinted on previous folded Alpujarride rocks belonging to the Internal Zones of the Betic Cordillera.