mobile belt

mobile belt

[′mō·bəl ¦belt]
(geology)
A long, relatively narrow crustal region of tectonic acitivity.
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Tenders are invited for Mobile Belt Filter Press Equipment Supply
According to the lawsuit filed in Cook County Circuit Court on Monday, Bruce was working on a mobile belt loader know as TC-888 at the time.
The mobile belt region, which includes Zagros, and the Oman mountain Series.
Crustal thickness in the Canadian Appalachians varies from 45 km beneath the Laurentian craton to 30 to 35 km beneath the Central Mobile Belt (Dunnage and Gander zones), to 40 km beneath the Avalon Zone.
1998, An improved velocity model for the crust and upper mantle along the central mobile belt of the Newfoundland Appalachian orogen and its offshore extension: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v.
TSX:CDR) is pleased to provide shareholders with an update on progress at its two diamond projects that are located in the Paterson Mobile Belt of the Pilbara region in Western Australia.
Towards this end, we are due to shortly take delivery of two state-of-the-art mobile harbour cranes, equipped with mobile belt loaders and other facilities, to handle mineral based cargoes at Duqm Port.
TUG, a privately held corporation based in Kennesaw, Georgia, is the leading domestic provider of baggage tractors, narrow body push back tractors, mobile belt loaders and narrow aisle tow tractors.
The Texas Project covers an area of 2000 hectares situated within the Lower Proterozoic Dom Feliciano Mobile Belt, and is situated approximately 70 kilometres north west of the town of Treinta y Tres.
The Aswa Shear Belt is known as the most extensive shear zone in the Precambrian formations of Uganda, possibly representing the contact between the Mozambican mobile belt and the Central African Craton.
Meteoric's geophysical consultants advise that the magnetic character of these anomalies is consistent in shape, size and amplitude with those associated with some kimberlite and lamproite pipes in Archean cratons and Proterozoic mobile belts.
The model should be able to predict uplift and likely volcanic hotspots in other mobile belts, such as the North American Cordillera (including the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada) and the Himalayas.

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