geotectonics

geotectonics

[¦jē·ō·tek′tän·iks]
(civil engineering)
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Geotectonics with the basics of geodynamics [in Russian].
The title is portioned in four broad sections of the Earth experienced, interpreting the Earth, the language of the Earth, and the crowded planet; subdivisions within the sections include eyewitness accounts, exploration, celebrities, philosophy, geotectonics, controversies, prose, poetry, art, human history, and the benevolent planet.
1976, Plate Tectonics: Developments in Geotectonics 6, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 311 p.
Temper Sands in Prehistoric Oceanian Pottery: Geotectonics, Sedimentology, Petrography, Provenance (Geological Society of America Special Paper 406).
Zheng, Geotectonics of the Nujiang-Lancangjiang-Jinshajiang region, Geological Publishing House, Beijing, 1987.