a. A closed anticlinal structure.
b. The difference in the relative position of the bottom and the collar of a borehole expressed in horizontal distance in a specific compass direction. Long
c. The relative inward movement of the two walls of a stope.
d. A cumulative measure of the various individual errors in survey measurements; the amount by which a series of survey measurements fails to yield a theoretical or previously determined value for a survey quantity. AGI
e. Used in structural geology, esp. in connection with potential oil structures, to designate the vertical distance between the highest point of an anticlinal structure of an anticlinal structure or fold and the lowest contour that closes around the structure. It is an approximate measure of the capacity of a structural trap for oil and/or gas. Stokes
f. A portion of brick to close, when required, the end of a course as distinguished from a half brick. See: closure
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