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As per available reports 1 relevant journal 1 Upcoming conference, 3 open access articles, 18 conference proceedings, 24 national symposiums are exclusively dedicated to tectonics.
Plate Tectonics is the theory that Earth's outer layer is made up of plates, which have moved throughout Earth's history. The theory explains the how and why behind mountains, volcanoes, and earthquakes, as well as how, long ago, similar animals could have lived at the same time on what are now widely separated continents. The Earth is composed of layers of different composition and physical properties, principally the solid central core, the fluid peripheral core, the viscous mantle, and the solid lithosphere. The lithosphere is comprised of the upper mantle and the crust, the outer shell of the Earth. There are two types of lithosphere, according to the crust resting on the solid mantle lithosphere (lithospheric mantle): the oceanic lithosphere has a 5 to 8km thick oceanic crust (with a basaltic compos it ion) and the continental lithosphere has a granitic, 30km to 40km thick continental. The lithosphere is fragmented into pieces of variable shape and size, the plates. The edges of the plates are called plate boundaries.
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Most of the plates are composed of continental and oceanic lithosphere. These plates move independently relative to one another, with a restricted independence from the 7 large plates, however. The relative, horizontal movements are ideally described as rigid body motions that produce space and friction problems at the contacts between adjacent plates. Plate boundaries are not fixed; they also move and change shape. The global mosaic of plates periodically reorganizes itself and new plate boundaries form while others close up. Plate Tectonics , the study of such relative motions and their consequences, allows relating surface, geological and geophysical structures with quantified movements attributed to deep processes of the Earth’s heat engine: The interior is hot, space is cold; the second law of thermodynamics states that this gradient will drive spontaneous convection processes in pursuit of equilibrium.
Tectonic market shifts are transforming the global business landscape. Economic realignment, advances in technology, the globalization of markets, changing demographic trends, new customer needs and increased competition are radically altering how companies operate in virtually every industry and region of the world. Evidence of this new world order can be seen in the trade numbers. In 1990, the total of the world’s exports and imports accounted for only 30% of the world’s GDP—today, they make up more than half.
International symposium and workshops
1. 17th International Seismic Symposium, May 15-20, 2016, Scotland
2. EAGE Workshop on Seismic Reservoir Characterization, January 31 - 03 February, 2016 Kuwait City, Kuwait
Society and Associations
1. International Union of Soil Sciences
2. Irish Geological Association
3. Irish Quaternary Association
4. Israel Geological Society
5. Japanese Association for Petroleum Technology
6. Karst Waters Institute
7. Kentucky Oil & Gas Association
8. Kentucky Society of Professional Geologists
9. Land Trust for Santa Barbara
10. Linnean Society of London
12. London Petrophysical Society
13. Metamorphic Studies Group
14. Microscopy Society of America
15. Midland Geotechnical Society - UK
16. Mijnbouwkundige Vereeniging
17. Mineralogical Association of Canada
18. Mineralogical Society of America
19. Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland
20. Mineralogical Society of Poland
21. MineralogischeKringAntwerpen - Mineralogy Club of Antwerp
1. Envirochem Services Inc.
2. Environmental Products & Services of Vermont, Inc.
3. Environmental Standards, Inc.
4. Environmental Systems & Services
5. Etech Environmental & Safety Soluitons, Inc.
6. European Federation of Geologists (EFG)
7. EWD Consulting Corp.
8. Exprodat Consulting Ltd.
9. Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)
10. Forum Energy Technologies
11. Frontier Global Sciences
12. Fugro EMU Limited
13. GAEA Technologies Ltd.
14. GAF AG
15. GEC Group
16. GEO Associates
17. Geolex, Inc.
18. Geological Association of Canada
19. Geoscience and Technology, P.A.,
20. Geoscience Testing Laboratory
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