closure

1. закрытие; смыкание; замыкание 2. перегородка 3. высота складки 4. невязка
closure of anticline высота антиклинали
circuit closure невязка замкнутого хода
fault closure замыкание ловушки сбросом
periclinal closure of beds периклинальное замыкание слоев
structural closure высота складки
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высота захвата
высота ловушки
высота складки
замкнутая структура
запирание
куполообразная складка
оседание кровли
отсечка
перегородка
привязка

English-Russian dictionary of geology. 2011.

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