The major fault strike
directions are EW and NE, and NW strikes are also fairly common.
5a results from obliqueness between the trench and the mean fault strike
) and the measured pitch of the dominant fault striation is 75[degrees] S, a net slip of 6.5 m can be approached.
The position of the X, Y, and Z axes of the instrument corresponds respectively to: (X) the direction perpendicular to the fault or fault-normal motion, (Y) direction parallel to fault strike
or the strike slip motion along the fault surface and (Z) vertical direction or the dip slip component of motion.
range between N080E and N130E, dipping 70[degrees] to the North or the South, and show evidence of normal slip.
The west fault strikes
north and dips about 60 degrees west and drag of beds on both sides definitely show it to be west side down, east side up.