graben

a topographic valley, created by motions along faults at the edges of the valley (see Fig. 2a).

graben

a normally faulted elongate trough or block of rock, down-thrown on both sides;

graben

An elongated, relatively depressed crustal unit or block that is bounded by faults on its sides.
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graben

(from the article `horst and graben`) elongate fault blocks of the Earth`s crust that have been raised and lowered, respectively, relative to their surrounding areas as a direct effect ... ...the surrounding fault blocks, which commonly rise during an episode of crustal extension, creates a rift valley or tectonic basin. The geologic ....
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graben

Credit: US Geological Survey A long, relatively narrow area of rock that has slid down between parallel faults. Unless erosion wears these down to its level, the result is a rift valley. See also horst. • GEOLOGY AND PLANETARY SCIENCE Source: U.S. Geological Survey
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Graben

A crustal block of rock generally long and narrow, that has dropped down along boundary faults relative to the adjacent rocks.
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Graben

An elongate crustal block that is relatively depressed (downdropped) between two fault systems.
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Graben

In geology, a graben is a depressed block of land bordered by parallel faults. Graben is German for ditch or trench. The plural form is variously given as graben or grabens. A graben is the result of a block of land being downthrown producing a valley with a distinct scarp on each side. Graben often occur side-by-side with horsts. Horst and graben...
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Graben

<i>(Einzellage Deutschland)</i> Single location in the town of Bernkastel (Bernkastel area) in the German wine-growing area Moselle . The aligned south to southwest vineyards in 125-225 meters above sea level with 60% slope comprise 12 hectares of vineyards. On the rocky, medium enigmatic Devonian shale weathering soils with some clay, ...
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graben

A block of rock that lies between two faults and has moved downward to form a depression between the two adjacent fault blocks. See also horst.
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graben

see rift
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graben

A downthrown block between two normal faults of parallel strike but converging dips; hence a tensional feature. See also horst.
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Graben

An elongate crustal block that is relatively depressed (downdropped) between two fault systems.
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Graben

An elongate fault block that has been lowered in relation to the blocks on either side.
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Graben

A downthrown block between two normal faults of parallel strike but converging dips
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graben

a rift valley
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Graben

An elongate crustal block that is relatively depressed (downdropped) between two fault systems.
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Graben

A down faulted block of rock.
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graben

A downthrown block between two normal faults of parallel strike but converging dips; hence a tensional feature. See also horst.
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