Reply to a discussion by P. A. Hill of a paper by J. A. Chamberlain (Geoscience Abstracts 2- 311). [The Beaverlodge area is in Saskatchewan, Canada]. Right-hand fault movements of 1,000 to 1,200 ft. as described by Hill are apparent movements based on the separation between doubtfully equivalent Tazin [Precambrian] rocks along lineaments of uncertain or unknown dip. True movements are probably on the order of 150 ft.

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