mobile belt

mobile belt

[′mō·bəl ¦belt]
(geology)
A long, relatively narrow crustal region of tectonic acitivity.
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The Zager licence is situated within the Neo-Proterozoic Nakfa terrane of the Arabian Nubian Shield, a highly prospective mobile belt of metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks which stretches across northern and western Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Egypt and across the western Gulf.
In this area, it explained that the Palawan microcontinental block collides with the Philippine Mobile Belt, a zone of complex deformation and active seismicity.
A mobile belt printer also produces immediate receipts and offers fingerprint biometrics to ensure fast, easy and secure login.
Located at western margin of Indian plate, this passive basin received sediment from two sources, Aravali mobile belt and in modern time from Himalayan mobile belt respectively, that is why it so prolific in hydrocarbon potentional.
Mobile belt conveyor systems and project-based solutions for precasting works complete the Putzmeister portfolio.
Azerbaijan, located within the central part of the Mediterranean mobile belt, records minor earthquakes on a daily basis due to the dynamics of the Arabian and Eurasian lithospheric plates.Therefore, the country is considered to be a seismically active region a lot of earthquakes occur over Azerbaijan every year, however, majority of them are not felt.
The mobile belt, which includes Zagros and the Oman mountain series.
A mobile belt thickness measurement system measures the thickness of the conveyor belt across the entire length of the belt.
In 1975, he returned to the Proterozoic-Paleozoic Franklinian mobile belt and environs in northern Ellesmere and northern Axel Heiberg Islands, a rugged terrain of extraordinary complexity lying literally at the ends of the earth.
Supply of eight electronic gates to detect metals, five x - ray aided luggage detection instruments on a mobile belt, also nine manual instruments to detect metals.
Its GSE range includes the TC-888 and TC-888 Mongoose mobile belt loaders; the CPMP-170 narrow body passenger stair, the CMPS-228 wide body passenger stair and the TML-704 maintenance lift.
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.

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