Callisteo and Ganeymede have .192 to .195 degrees, too small to measure or incorporate;
Moon Europa has .47 degrees, in order of increasing MAGNITUDE;
Io has 2.21 degrees, and thereafter the Inclinations are USEFUL for significant DIP Angles;
Leda has 26.07 degrees; Himalia 27.5d; and Lysithea 29.5 degrees, which can be differentiated with Google Earth Measuring TOOL:
The DIP of the south BEDDING (on the right) is near zero, visually, COMPARED to that of about 20 degrees (to the north) and near zero in the distance. This preliminarily "FITS" with the lesser Jovian Inclinations, until I can MEASURE more carefully with a Tiltmeter-COMPASS!
Now, measure the DIP Angle on the Colorado Plateau above, 2 km to the east:
Force = (Mass of Earth x mass of Jupiter's Moon)/separation squared x a Constant.
Using Ganeymede (the most massive) as an example, compared to Earth's Moon:
Relative ratio= Moon Mass/moon mass/(distance to our Moon/distance to Ganeymede) squared=
7.35exp22 kg/1.482exp23. 2.016 ratio, for mass; 1,070,400 km from Jupiter, or mean distance from Earth of 588 million km; Moon distance is 384,400km, and the ratio squared= 1531.25 squared= 2.344exp6. Overall ratio for the 2 Moons is 2.344/2.02= 1,160,756, or easily remembered as (M/Sun ratio of 2.16- 1)x million. M/S is still being averaged for most LIKELY RATIO!
The MILLION RATIO of our Moon to the influence of Ganeymede suggests that the Jupiter moon creates an area of INFLUENCE of 20,000km hemisphere/million, or a .02 km (20 meters or 2000 cm) wide circle. This could MODIFY by about 65 feet the formation of the Colorado Plateau, and if true, and would reinforce the influence of Venus- the usual suspect. This seems insignificant, for this Jovian moon, which has the LARGEST MASS of all Solar System satellites! A FACTOR NOT considered is the closest separation which is less than for Jupiter, about which it orbits! The orbit around Jupiter is 1.07 million km, and this subtracted from Jupiter's separation is only about a quarter percent change (insignificant).
The CASE of Ganeymede can be EVALUATED as to the Bedding Angle, where there is a .195 degree DIP up to the west. Sine of the angle= tan angle= angle in RADIANS for small angles, and this is .195 x 20 meters/57.3 degrees per radian, for the Colorado Plateau= .068 meters or 68 mm for elevation change. This would create such features as FRACTURES in outcrop Polygons, as Ganeymede moves in its ORBIT around Jupiter (with its 11.8 Earth year orbit). The quarter percent variation during the Moon orbit creates a .17 mm fracture width, and this is sufficient for Life, such as ANTS in anthills, to take temporary advantage of the openings and enlarge their cavities. Notice the FRACTURE PATTERNS, below, and the shift from RECTANGLES to Polygons with more than 4 sides in the sandstone below, upon surmounting the rise (indicating this small change of elevation and angle of attact determines the number of sides in POLYGONS). The Exterior Planet "SEES" the rise presented more directly BELOW it, and ROTATES it more than it does the slanted sides, recalling that Moons create vertical changes, while Planets effect Lateral SHFTS: