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.
Mineralization is found on surface along the crest of an antiform proximal to the thrust faulted contact of Harkless sediments and overlying Emigrant limestones.
Tepees are characterized by small antiform deformation structures and reach 5 to 10 cm in thickness.