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A fault is observed in a road cut, but there are no obvious rocks units to correlate on either side of the fault to determine relative movement

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A fault is observed in a road cut, but there are no obvious rocks units to correlate on either side of the fault to determine relative movement. How else might you determine or even infer whether the hanging wall has moved up or down relative to the footwall?

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