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Relative Accuracies of Thickness Based on True and Apparent Dips
In many relatively common situations, stratigraphic thickness can be measured (and the section described) more satisfactorily and more accurately in the direction of a convenient apparent dip than in the direction of true dip. This is true because the most important single part of the clinometer method is the determination of the individual sights. The latter are more accurate where based on a reliable apparent dip than where based on an uncertain true dip.
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