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Tectonic

Software from CoreOS, Inc., San Francisco, www.tectonic.com, for deploying and running containers (OS virtualization) on clusters of servers. It uses the CoreOS operating system, Docker containers and the Kubernetes cluster architecture. See CoreOS, Docker, Kubernetes and OS virtualization.

tectonic

Of or pertaining to building or construction; architectural.
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Dendritic type drainages pattern in the watershed governs that this area is homogeneous in lithology and tectonically stable.
Evidence discussed from the island of Cabrera by Abbots (1989) suggests that the margin was formed on a footwall and was tectonically active during the time of deposition.
The city of Karachi sits close to plate boundary and within reach of earthquakes on numerous tectonically active structures surrounding the city.
Tectonically she forged ahead in sharing her love of ceramics with the world and wedged into action her powers of personal connection, competence and persuasion.
The northern shore of the Arabian Sea where the new island was formed is tectonically characterised by the so called Makran Subduction Zone.
A team of geologists has found a new subduction zone off Portugal, representing the beginning of a phase where the European continent moves towards the Americas and the Atlantic Ocean becomes more tectonically active, before eventually closing up.
Because the lake is in a tectonically active region, its bottom and therefore the structure may have shifted over time, he said.
In addition, presence of vertical cliffs in tectonically fragile zone (Khan et.
Moroccan artist Yto Barrada's well-known "A Life Full of Holes: The Strait Project," 1998-2004, for example, probed the liminal territory occupied by Tangier, a port visible from the European shore but tectonically tied to Africa.
Tectonically extremely complicated, characteristic for Sub Carpathian curvature, Lopatari-Berca-Colti area is changed by intense processes of alteration, that have generated the formation of important structural elements.
Some of these thrust faults cut across seemingly young impact craters, suggesting that the Moon may be tectonically active today (see page 15).
The aim of this study is to assess the heat transfer from SNF cask and consequently an impact of elevated temperature on radionuclide transport within groundwater if SNF cask would be disposed of in tectonically disturbed zone of crystalline basement.