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Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Richard Gordon Stearns written?
Richard Gordon Stearns has written: 'An integrated geological, geophysical, and geochemical investigation of the major fractures on the east side of the New Madrid earthquake zone' -- subject(s): Faults (Geology) 'Guidebook of geology and related history of the Chickasaw Bluffs and Mississippi River Valley in west Tennessee' -- subject(s): Guidebooks, Geology 'Post-Eocene fault near east edge of Reelfoot rift in Lauderdale County, Tennessee' -- subject(s): Faults (Geology), Rifts (Geology) 'The Cumberland Plateau overthrust and geology of the Crab Orchard Mountains area, Tennessee' -- subject(s): Geology, Geology, Structural,...
Asked in Geology, The Difference Between
What is the difference between geology and physical geology?
geology is different about physical geology in case natural phenomenon like land side earth quackes and weathering ...
What subjects do you need to be good in to become a mechanical engineer?
Mathematics is the primary tool of the mechanical engineer. Being comfortable with physics (the mechanics side of it, not E&M) can be helpful, too. ...
Asked in Science, Astronomy, Physics
Physics-what is inertia?
to push an object such as a broken down car in order to start or to move it to the side of the road.There is a tendency to resist the motion, such a tendency is called inertia-the more mass they have the greater their inertia. ...
Asked in Science, Baseball, HSC Maharashtra Board
What science is in baseball?
physics, physics, physics. the laws of phisics are extremly importent in base ball. when you throw a baseball, the outward force , of your hand, propels the ball at a tremendous speed, if you you're a good pitcher. a curve ball is all science. in a curve ball, the pitcher throws a ball in such a way to spin the ball like a top. this spinning causes increased friction with the air on one side and reduced friction on the other....