monocline[ 'mɔnəuklain ]
n.a geological formation in which all strata are inclined in the same direction
用作名词(n.)The area to the east of the toe of the Monocline has been excluded from underground resource estimations.
The dip of the foreland monocline in the Alps and Apennines
Monocline development by oblique-slip fault-propagation folding: the East Kaibab monocline, Colorado Plateau, Utah
Geomorphology and Structure of the East Kaibab Monocline, Arizona and Utah
The Lebombo monocline and associated feeder dyke swarm: Diagnostic of a successful and highly volcanic rifted margin?
An Acadian mountain front in the English Lake District: the Westmorland Monocline
Early evolution of an extensional monocline by a propagating normal fault: 3D analysis from combined field study and numerical model...
Crustal‐scale thrusting and origin of the Montreal River monocline‐A 35‐km‐thick cross section of the midcontinent rift in north...
The formation of conjugate normal fault systems in folded sandstone by sequential jointing and shearing, Waterpocket monocline, Utah
The production of large-volume, low - δ 18 O rhyolites during the rifting of Africa and Antarctica: The Lebombo Monocline, souther...