On Modelling of the Earthquakes’ Dynamics in Geodynamical Systems in the Context of Geological Medium System Organisation
In the past decades due to the development of remote methods, morphostructural analysis, new trends in geophysics, etc. there has formed a new branch of the Earth sciences which studies the ties between different groups of geological processes and geological bodies in the entrails, geophysical anomalies structure, different types of the landscape elements, morphostructures, geographical systems, state of biosphere etc. Such investigations has shown that modern exact sciences do not provide a full enough set of notions to describe physical ties between the mentioned classes of objects, so the results have until recently been somewhat like a statement based upon the analysis of facts leaving apart the investigation of these natural ties.
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