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Journal of Geodynamics
J Geodyn

Published/Hosted by Elsevier. ISSN: 0264-3707.

The Journal of Geodynamics is an international and interdisciplinary forum for the publication of results and discussions of solid earth research in geodetic, geophysical, geological and geochemical geodynamics, with special emphasis on the large scale processes involved. Papers addressing interdisciplinary aspects, analyses, results and interpretation will receive special attention. Original research papers, including 'letters', as well as topical reviews are invited on: Earth rotation Rheology and mineral properties of the deep earth, physical properties of rocks and their dependence on pressure, temperature and chemical composition Upper mantle - lower mantle; lithosphere - asthenosphere Mantle convection, hot spots and plumes, heat flow and the thermo-mechanical evolution of the earth Plate kinematics, plate tectonics and plate dynamics, driving mechanisms Stress field; horizontal and vertical crustal movements Evolution of continents and oceans, including the formation and destruction of oceanic lithosphere, orogenic processes and basin evolution Crust-mantle interaction, chemical recycling Sea surface and ocean bottom topography, including variations of sea level Dynamic interpretation and modelling of potential fields, including isostasy, glacial isostasy Magma formation, differentiation, transport and emplacement, including modelling of volcanic eruptions Dynamic consequences of natural events, including source dynamics, seismic modelling, seismo-tectonics, modelling of earthquakes, impacts Data aquisition and analysis for geodynamics, including the use of SLR, VLBI, GPS, etc Integrated models and non-linear processes The emphasis lies on endogenic and also interacting exogenic processes and their geological effects in the widest sense, as well as on results obtained from geophysical, geodetic and geological measurements and analytical techniques applied to deduce them.

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