antiform


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antiform

[′an·tē‚fȯrm]
(geology)
An anticline-like structure whose stratigraphic sequence is not known.
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The mineralization has also 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.
Thus, the metamorphic sole of that Nappe occurs (FIGURES 2, 4, 20) at the core of the Puerto Nuevo Laramide antiform.
The first non-permanent GPS network devoted to quantify the present-day deformation in the Zafarraya Fault and the Sierra Tejeda antiform has been installed in relation to this 625 COST action (Gil et al.
In this paper the first non-permanent GPS network devoted to quantify the present-day deformation in the Zafarraya Fault and the Sierra Tejeda antiform is presented.
A regional Alleghanian antiform deflects region (2) metamorphic isograds and geothermobarometric contours near Tate, GA.
At the time Musselwhite was developed, there were four known deposits: the T Antiform, PQ OP (1 Mt extracted by the open pit that is now exhausted and flooded) and West Anticline zones.
Four major deposits occur in the area: the T Antiform, PQ, OP, and West Anticline zones, with the T Antiform representing 80% of the orebody.
But the fact remains that in virtually every Western art form in this century the search for an antiform has led to a gravitation to the "dark" forces.
In the end, there was as marked a style in the antiform art as in that of the Florentine Baroque.
Tepees are characterized by small antiform deformation structures and reach 5 to 10 cm in thickness.