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Geomorphology - Types & Components of Folds and Faults

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WHAT IS GEOMORPHOLOGY?

This video starts with the various factors that affect landform development - exogenetic and endogenetic factors. The main focus is on understanding the types of folds and faults and their components.Dr. Manishika Jain explains the various types of folds:1. Symmetrical fold2. Assymterical folds3. Isoclinal Folds4. Monoclinal folds5. Recumbent Folds6. Chevron Folds6. Plunge Folds7. Fan Folds

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Factors affecting Earth’s Crust

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Diastrophic Forces

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Increasing Intensity of Deformation

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  • Isoclinal Folds

  • Monoclinal Folds

  • Plunge Folds

  • Fan Folds

  • Open Folds

  • Closed Folds

  • Chevron Folds

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  • Hinge Fault

  • Tear Fault

  • Rotational Fault

  • Scissor or Pivot Fault

  • Ring Fault