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  • ...1=Keeva|title=The magnetotelluric method in the exploration of sedimentary basins|journal=GEOPHYSICS|volume=37|issue=1|year=1972|pages=98–141|doi=10.1190/1
    551 bytes (67 words) - 22:26, 9 March 2017
  • ...1=Keeva|title=The magnetotelluric method in the exploration of sedimentary basins|journal=GEOPHYSICS|volume=37|issue=1|year=1972|pages=98–141|doi=10.1190/1
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  • ...direction of ''most'' compressive stress. If (as is common in sedimentary basins), the maximum stress is oriented ''vertically'', then the first two sets me
    627 bytes (88 words) - 10:35, 27 July 2017
  • ...d by deep crustal <b>roots</b> extending to 50&#x2013;60 km and deep ocean basins by <b>antiroots</b> at 6&#x2013;8 km. See also [[Special:MyLanguage/Diction
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  • ...direction of ''most'' compressive stress. If (as is common in sedimentary basins), the maximum stress is oriented ''vertically'', then the first two sets me
    627 bytes (88 words) - 09:37, 28 March 2018
  • ...'a'' in the equation ''V''=''V''<sub>0</sub>+''az'', where ''z''=depth. In basins filled with clastic sediments, ''a'' is commonly 400&#x2013;700/m (or in a
    281 bytes (42 words) - 09:46, 28 March 2018
  • ...d by shallow Moho. The effect brings topographically low areas (like ocean basins) into isostatic equilibrium. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig
    350 bytes (48 words) - 09:56, 28 March 2018
  • ...as oceanic crust or continental crust. Oceanic crust underlies our ocean basins, is thin, approximately 4 miles (7 kilometers) in thickness, and is compose
    743 bytes (113 words) - 23:14, 21 August 2019
  • In the 1950s, a large part of the earth’s sedimentary basins, including essentially all water-covered regions, were classified as no-rec
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