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Deep-Level Geodynamics

By: NL Dobretsov and AG Kirdyashkin
Publisher: A A Balkema
Deep-Level Geodynamics
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  • Deep-Level Geodynamics ISBN: 9789054107347 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This English translation of "Istoricheskaya Geotektonika" Contents: Origin of solar system and formation of planet Earth. Hadean 4.5-4.0 b.y.) stage of development; Early Archaean (4.0-3.5 b.y.): oldest sialic crust of the earth and problems of its formation; Middle and Late Archaean (3.5-2.5 b.y.): granite-greenstone terranes and granulite belts. Formation of mature continental crust; Early Proterozoic: partial destruction and restoration of Pangea; Early Riphean: new stage of destruction and commencement of fragmentation of Pangea I' Middle Riphean: continuation of destruction and break-up of Pangea; Late Riphean: Disintegration of Pangea into Gondwana and Laurasia. Origin of mobile belts against the background of development of plate tectonics; Vendian: consolidation of Gondwana and formation of mobile belts of Laurasia against the background of its disintegration; General features of the structural development of the earth's crust in the Precambrian.


General information about structure and dynamics of the earth; theoretical principles of heat and mass transfer modelling; thermogravitational flows in a horizontal layer and some geological applications; geodynamic processes in the mantle of their modelling; geodynamic processes in lithosphere and astenosphere.

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By: NL Dobretsov and AG Kirdyashkin
Publisher: A A Balkema
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