The crest or line for which strata slope or plunge in opposite directions
- Inclining or dipping in other instructions See Synclinal
- sloping downward away from a standard crest
- Inclining or dipping in opposite guidelines. See Synclinal.
- The crest or line in which strata pitch or dip in reverse guidelines.
(letter.) The crest or line for which strata slope or plunge in reverse guidelines.
Towards the extreme west and south, anticlinal and synclinal ridges trend north and south, the most characteristic being the Huxley, Owen, Sedgwick, Franklin and Arthur Ranges.