Define structural map.
What’s the difference between Isopach and Isochore maps?

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A structural map is a type of map that uses contour lines to portray subterranean structural surface.
Examples of such surfaces are faults, anticlines, synclines, marker beds, cylindrical folds, and surfaces of mineral deposits.
Structural maps play a fundamental tool in structural geology, for they represent thickness variations and trends of a given unit....
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