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« on: Tuesday November 11 2014 09:44:10 AEDT AM »

Structural Geology
Structural geology is the study of the orientation and relationship of rock units. A rock (or sediment) unit is a lithologically similar layer or body of rock (or sediment), and different units are given names referred to as formations.
Most geological processes take place over thousands or millions of years and so have very little direct effect on our lives. In future labs, you will explore the more sudden (and catastrophic) geological events, such as earthquakes and landslides. In this lab, you will see how to use the results, hidden in the rock record, of many sudden events to reconstruct geologic history. Part of this analysis is structural geology
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« Reply #1 on: Tuesday November 11 2014 18:57:50 AEDT PM »

Thanks! I was missing all the terminology in English, and also it is very well described.
I'm using QGIS to overlap geology maps with geographical maps, and various WMS services.

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