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Broad areas of folded rock layers that resemble a bowl turned right-side up are called _____. domes basins horsts monoclines

Ronald Miller

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Kevin Sutter on June 4, 2018

The correct answer is - Basins.The basins are areas of folded rock layers that have the appearance of a bowl placed on the right side. The basins that lie between two or more higher relief forms, very often horsts. Are lowlands, generally flat for the most part, with the sudden steep sides. Its size considerably and depends on the geological activity in the particular place.

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