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Geophysical Continua

Deformation in the Earth's Interior

Geophysical Continua - Kennett, B. L. N./ Bunge, H. P. - ISBN: 9781108462730
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Bindwijze: Boek, Paperback (01-03-2018)
Genre: Geofysica
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This graduate textbook in geophysics covers aspects of the Earth's interior often treated separately.


Titel: Geophysical Continua
auteur: Kennett, B. L. N./ Bunge, H. P.
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Paperback
Taal: Engels
Uitgever: Cambridge Univ Pr
Plaats van publicatie: 03
Publicatiedatum: 01-03-2018
NUR: Geofysica
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781108462730
Intern nummer: 41326913

Biografie (woord)

Hans-Peter Bunge is Professor and Chair of Geophysics at the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Munich, and is Head of the Munich Geo-Center. Prior to his Munich appointment he spent five years on the faculty at Princeton University. Professor Bunge's research interests lie in the application of high performance computing to problems of Earth and planetary evolution, including core, mantle and lithospheric dynamics. A member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, Bunge is also President of the Geodynamics Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU).


1. Introduction; Part I. Continuum Mechanics in Geophysics: 2. Description of deformation; 3. The Stress Field Concept; 4. Constitutive Relations; 5. Linearised Elasticity and Viscoelasticity; 6. Continua under pressure; 7. Fluid Flow; 8. Continuum equations and boundary conditions; Part II. Earth Deformation: 9. From the Atomic Scale to the Continuum; 10. Geological Deformation; 11. Seismology and Earth structure; 12. Lithospheric Deformation; 13. The influence of rheology – asthenosphere to the deep mantle; 14. Mantle Convection; 15. The Core and the Earth's Dynamo; Appendix – Table of Notation; Bibliography; Index.


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