salt anticline

salt anticline

[′sȯlt ′ant·i‚klīn]
(geology)
A structure like a salt dome but with a linear salt core. Also known as salt wall.
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The Ma'reb/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapiric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.
The Maarib/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.
The Ma'reb/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.
The Ma'rib/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.