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- adj. Of or pertaining to geodynamics
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to the dynamics of the earth, or the forces manifested in the formation and subsequent history of the earth.
- Specifically, of the solid earth as distinguished from the ocean and atmosphere.
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This volcanic arc results from a geodynamic process.
The Eolian Islands have an important value for their geodynamic, volcanic and archaeological natural and ethno-anthropological features.
The CVNP area is important from the geomorphological perspective, because in its limits rare geomorfological units are preserved, and the study of the origin and evolution of these features is useful to the understanding of the geodynamic regional processes.
These satellites were designed to be orbiting “test particles”, to enable geodynamic measurements of the Earth.
Instead the earth should be viewed as an active geophysical and geodynamic physical object, not a slowly cooling, near dead object.
That question has been a long-standing mystery for scientists, but two new studies are shining some light on the geodynamic processes that have shaped the core of our planet over the millennia, researchers report in the April 16 issue of Science.
Geologically and tectonically, however, the rifting mechanism and geodynamic evolution of the Tertiary Basin remain uncertain.
The researchers 'solution to this longstanding geodynamic problem provides a new basis for understanding the past and present geology and geophysics of the region.
After all the Fibonacci series and geodynamic diagrams, it turns out the logo is a glorified happy face!
This stress regime still dominates the contemporary geodynamic state of this sector of the West Antarctic Rift system.
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