Tectonics - Transform Boundary

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Illustration of a strike-slip fault (or tranform boundary) where two tectonic plates meety. The tectonic plates move parallel to each other, leading to strike-slip earthquakes with relatively little deformation. An example of a strike-slip fault is the San Andreas fault in California, USA.

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Title: Tectonics - Transform Boundary

Date: 8 Feb 2024

Medium: 3DS Max, Photoshop

Category: Infographics

Keywords: 3DS_Max, Adobe Photoshop, boundary, cut-out, cut out, cutout, Earth sciences, geology, geophysics, strike-slip fault, tectonic plates, transform boundary, white background