# Maps and Faults

I'm having trouble determining the type of fault represented on this map.

1. What type of fault is represented on this map?

2. What is the fault orientation?

What does this mean?, Do I do this by working out strike/dip angle/dip direction of the line F–F'?. In the example I did in class, I was given the orientation every time and just drew the cross sections, so I don't know.

1. determine components of fault movement, i.e., work out dip-slip, strike-slip, net-slip, heave and throw

I know the formulas for each or how to determine some, but where do I have to start on this map? From what I can see I can maybe work out the throw first?

Throw = displacement of horizontal feature = 100 m?

Heave - slide said to use trigonometry

I can't find any examples online for the maths of faults and so I think I need a lot of help with this part if someone could work step by step. Because when I look at this map, I don't know where to start and where things are going by calculating those things. Thanks

I did a rough cross section of the map, but I don't know the orientation of the fault so I just assumed it was in that direction.