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  • adjective geology Having, or being, a downthrow

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Examples

  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • This target occupies a downthrown block of the host tuff unit, thus, the Opal target is stratigraphically higher than the Main target tuff.

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  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • - The Southeast (Deep) Segment on the downthrown side of the Yamaska Fault where the Utica is deepest and more over pressured encompasses 18. 0% of the Permit.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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