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the science or art of assembling, shaping, or ornamenting materials in construction; the constructive arts in general.
Tectonics (from the Late Latin tectonicus from the Greek τεκτονικός, "pertaining to
building") is concerned with the processes which contro...
Examples of faults within the Rocca di Cave Fault System. (a) E‐W striking
extensional faults in the Calcari a Rudiste e Orbitoline Formation, with detail (b)
grew out of a theory that was first developed in the early 20th century by the meteorologist Alfred Wegener . Evidence of this is shown at mid-ocean ridges where younger land is pushed up through the ridge, causing the older land to move out and away fr... More »
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Interesting animations of plate tectonics movement. Including gif, avi and mov
of or relating to building or construction; constructive; architectural. 2. Geology.
pertaining to the structure of the earth's crust. referring to the forces or conditions
This site provides useful information about tectonics: the origin of plate tectonics,
indications of tectonic activity, age of the sea floor.