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geodynamics

[¦jē·ō·dī¦nam·iks]
(geophysics)
The branch of geophysics concerned with measuring, modeling, and interpreting the configuration and motion of the crust, mantle, and core of the earth.
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All these datasets are currently archived and processed at INGV providing over 600 raw-data files per day for a mean geometric inter-distance of about 20 km over the whole country, thus realizing a strong and valuable dataset for geodynamical studies.
The SLR and LLR produce the absolute station coordinates, satellite orbits (of the so called geodynamical satellites) and EOP by means of measuring the station--satellite distance by pulse laser.
The fact that there are physical problems and chemical ones, the fact that the data are seismological while the inferences are geodynamical, [means] no one person can handle the whole thing.
2004, Geodynamical studies of the Pieniny Klippen Belt in the Czorsztyn region.
More information about geodynamical circumstances in Bulgaria is presented further in this paper.
Several geochemical and geodynamical models are based on the assumption of syngenesis but this has yet to be demonstrated.
This paper is an exhaustive synthesis of the physical, biological and geodynamical evolution of the Lodeve Permian playa system.
The Langhian is characterized by great geodynamical instability and a sediment substitution of the shallow marine condition by continental sediments in the Arabian plate and Mesopotamia (Buchbinder and Gvirtzman, 1976).
1991, Geochemical and geodynamical constraints on subduction zone magmatism: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v.
1 shows velocity vectors of recent horizontal movements in the period 1997-2001 (Kontny, 2003) and location of the planned "Waliszow" geodynamical network.
New research should engage with a wide range of geodynamical phenomena i.