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eBook Rheology and Deformation of the Lithosphere at Continental Margins (MARGINS Theoretical and Experimental Earth Science Series) epub

by Garry Karner,Brian Taylor,Neal Driscoll,David Kohlstedt

eBook Rheology and Deformation of the Lithosphere at Continental Margins (MARGINS Theoretical and Experimental Earth Science Series) epub
  • ISBN: 0231127391
  • Author: Garry Karner,Brian Taylor,Neal Driscoll,David Kohlstedt
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Nature & Ecology
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press (March 24, 2004)
  • Pages: 408 pages
  • ePUB size: 1667 kb
  • FB2 size 1774 kb
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Garry D. Karner, Brian Taylor, Neal W. Driscoll, David L. Kohlstedt. Скачать (pdf, 1. 0 Mb).

Garry D. Driscoll. Traditionally, investigations of the rheology and deformation of the lithosphere (the rigid or mechanically strong outer layer of the Earth, which contains the crust and the uppermost part of the mantle) have taken place at one scale in the laboratory and at an entirely different scale in the field.

Rheology and Deformation of the Lithosphere at Continental Margins. Columbia University Press.

Rheology and Deformation of the Lithosphere at Continental Margins is a collection of well-written and interesting papers that provide a good overview of the current cutting edge in seismically oriented deformation studies. The book is, unfortunately, somewhat misnamed. The book had its genesis at a short course and workshop in 2000 held in Snowbird, Utah, associated with the MARGINS initiative.

Traditionally, investigations of the rheology and deformation ofthe lithosphere . Garry D. Driscoll and David L. Kohlstedt Save.

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Continental margins are the Earth’s principle loci for producing . Brian taylor neal w. driscoll david L.

Continental margins are the Earth’s principle loci for producing hydrocarbon and metal resources, for earthquake, landslide, volcanic, and climatic hazards, and for the greatest population density. Despite the societal and economic importance of margins, many of the mechanical, uid, chemical, and biological processes that shape them are poorly understood. Progress is hindered by the sheer scope of the problems and by the spatial-temporal scale and complexities of the processes. Columbia University Press, New York. Unauthenticated Download Date 8/20/19 7:22 AM.

MARGINS theoretical and experimental earth science series, New York: Columbia University Press. Geomorphological and stratigraphic evidence along the northeastern US margin for Laurentide glacial lake outburst floods during the MIS 2 deglaciation. Seismic constraints on the architecture of the se Canyon fault: Implications for the length and magnitude of future earthquake ruptures. Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Kohlstedt - Rheology . Kohlstedt - Rheology and Deformation of the Lithosphere at Continental Margins Publisher: Columbia University Press 2004-03-03 ISBN: 0231127383 File type: PDF 408 pages 1. 0 mb.

Traditionally, investigations of the rheology and deformation of the lithosphere (the rigid or mechanically strong outer layer of the Earth, which contains the crust and the uppermost part of the mantle) have taken place at one scale in the laboratory and at an entirely different scale in the field. Laboratory experiments are generally restricted to centimeter-sized samples and day- or year-length times, while geological processes occur over tens to hundreds of kilometers and millions of years. The application of laboratory results to geological systems necessitates extensive extrapolation in both temporal and spatial scales, as well as a detailed understanding of the dominant physical mechanisms. The development of an understanding of large-scale processes requires an integrated approach. This book explores the current cutting-edge interdisciplinary research in lithospheric rheology and provides a broad summary of the rheology and deformation of the continental lithosphere in both extensional and compressional settings. Individual chapters explore contemporary research resulting from laboratory, observational, and theoretical experiments.
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