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Isostatic Rebound is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Isostatic Rebound books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Isostatic Rebound and the Shrinking Refuge: Challenges of
- Isostatic Rebound. First, visualize a floating barge full of 200 tons of. Ice--.
- Isostatic rebound, active faulting, and potential geomorphic effects in
- deformation is attributed to isostatic rebound, but a small down-to-the-north regional tilting also appears to contribute to the overall defor- mation pattern.
- ISOSTATIC REBOUND IN THE LAKE AGASSIZ BASIN SINCE THE
- ISOSTATIC REBOUND IN THE LAKE AGASSIZ BASIN. SINCE THE LATE WISCONSINAN by. Eric C.
Suggested News Resources
- Great Lakes study to seek input on water levels
- Moin said compounding the apparent water level drop is the geological phenomenon of glacial isostatic rebound, a term which refers to the ongoing and gradual expansion of the ground on the north side of the lakes, which was compressed by glaciers.
- Four earthquakes felt on same day
- "The land effectively 'bounces back up again' a process Earth scientists term isostatic rebound." The BGS said earthquakes were a common event in the west Highlands but added that to have five on the same day was "slightly unusual".
Suggested Web Resources
- Glossary of Terms: I
- Apr 6, 2010 Isostatic Rebound: The upward movement of the Earth's crust following isostatic depression.
- What is isostatic rebound?: Information from Answers.com
- What is isostatic rebound? Scientists know the lithosphere can “bend,” usually thanks to a heavy load on the crust.
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