There can be no doubt that a fault-scarp is formed in the first place with great rapidity.
The general character of the fault-scarp changes with the surface features.
But the peculiarity of this pool is that it is not, like the others mentioned above, dammed back by the fault-scarp.
In several ways, this fault-scarp differs from that formed with the Japanese earthquake of 1891.
Several pools are formed along the course of the fault-scarp by the blocking of small streams.
In the fault-scarp formed in 1894 in Eastern Greece, a similar shift took place, though to what extent is unknown.