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- adj. Of or pertaining to geophysics.
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- adj. of or pertaining to geophysics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to the physics of the earth.
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- adj. of or concerned with geophysics
Prior to joining McKinsey, he obtained a degree in geophysical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines and an M.B.A. at Stanford.
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The team then looked at the impact that would have had on the Earth’s temperature in the so-called geophysical habitable zone – a zone representing the top 2.5 miles of the Earth’s crust.
The volcanoes are located in an area of the sea floor where layers of sediment have provided researchers with a kind of geophysical archive, like bands of a tree trunk.
In keeping with the uncertain outlook, Getech's chief executive Raymond Wolfson said that the firm had been shifting towards its 'must-have' services such as geophysical data processing from its 'nice-to-have' data and studies activities.
It was a world curved rather than rectilinear, outlined by streams, particular habitats, trails and geophysical landmarks.
Why then, applying that same principle to preserving the geophysical world, has there yet to be an "occupy the world" movement come to fruition?
The economy is an entirely contained subset of the ecological/geophysical systems of the planet.
It has even been suggested that mirror neurons may save the human species because they might inspire an emerging pattern of compassionate response to the on-going global cascade of extreme weather disasters, high-tech accidents and geophysical events such as earthquakes.
But geophysical services company CGG Veritas rose nearly 7%, making it the top gainer for the Stoxx Europe 600.