plasticities

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  • noun Plural form of plasticity.

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  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

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  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

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  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

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  • "We don't know the limits of when structural plasticities can be induced," he says.

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  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

    RealClimate

  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

    RealClimate

  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

    RealClimate

  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

    RealClimate

  • Pressures, stresses, plasticities, the circulation of warmer water, the collapse of ice shelves which had been bottling up glaciers, mass loss, under ice rivers and so on.

    RealClimate

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