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- n. The study of the dynamics and physics of the processes and phenomena attending the gradual evolution of the earth and the changes that are still going on.
“By the same token if we try to talk about astrophysics, geodynamics, fundamental physics, or the origins of the universe we'll just get a big yawn (not from me, mind you) and a token budget.”
“Talked about how they teach computational geodynamics. using various online modeling tools.”
“His principal research focuses on the geodynamics and tectonics of the south Aegean, the exhumation processes of HP rocks, tectonic geomorphology in modern orogenic zones, and basin development.”
“Morner runs an institute devoted to understanding paleogeophysics and geodynamics.”
“Dr. Nils-Axel Morner, emeritus professor of paleogeophysics & geodynamics, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden”
“S. Franck et al, "Reduction of biosphere life span as a consequence of geodynamics," _Tellus_ 52B (2000) 96-107”
“For that matter, legend had it that only a handful of men had ever really comprehended the geodynamics of superspace -- and they were now centuries dead.”
“Among other recent or ongoing supercomputing work at NASA: test and verification of launch vehicle designs for the agency's now-cancelled Constellation program, basic aeronautic research, modeling of planetary geodynamics, solar wind and solar storm simulations, and climatology modeling.”
“Gerry Grove-White Managing Director and CEO Geodynamics Limited website: www. geodynamics.com.au Tel: + 61-7-3721-7500”
“The land has been sinking for a long time, and the coastline is now encroaching on the heart of the city," a geodynamics researcher from the Bandung Institute of Technology Irwan Gumilar told The Jakarta Post.”
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