geotectonics

geotectonics

[¦jē·ō·tek′tän·iks]
(civil engineering)
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Landslides in this area were the result of a combination of geotectonics, adverse natural topography, such as steep slopes, weathered rocks and soils, human influences on the topography, and high rainfall [28, 29].
Geotectonics with the basics of geodynamics [in Russian].
Temper Sands in Prehistoric Oceanian Pottery: Geotectonics, Sedimentology, Petrography, Provenance.
Yarmolyuk, "Structure and evolution of the continental crust in the Baikal Fold Region," Geotectonics, vol.
"We are using the DNA of species such as tigerfish to help us decipher the intricate details of Africa's geotectonics and to understand landscape evolution," Dr Cotterill explains the basics behind geoecodynamics.
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.
Le Pichon, X., Francheteau, J., and Bonnin, J., 1976, Plate Tectonics: Developments in Geotectonics 6, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 311 p.