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No. Diastrophism can be termed a geomorphic process on the earth's surface
Diastrophism is the general term for faulting and folding within the crust, the deformation and movement of the solid rocks of the Earth.
its is cause of earthquakes
kinds of distrophsm
folding and faulting
The word diastrophism is a noun. When plants and their parts place themselves at right angles in response to a stimulus, such as sunlight, this is called diastrophism.
theory of diASTROPHISMare:Isostacy's theorycontraction theoryconvection theorycontinental drift theoryexpansion theory
The contraction theory of diastrophism is that Earth is shrinking. The Earth cooling and the pressure is causing it to buckle and bend into a smaller volume.
He is diastrophic
it's not answerable. how could you know that with diastrophism working every time
Do you mean 'diastrophism'. If so, it refers to the deformation of the Earth's crust, especially folding and faulting
Diastrophism involves the movements of the earth's tectonic plates. Many theories about what causes these movements include pressure via the heat of convection currents and magma flow, while real, measurable causes involve things like meteor impacts or erosion from landslides.
Gravitational force Tectonic force Diastrophism
The large-scale deformation of the earth's crust which produces continents, ocean basins and mountains ranges, etc., is known as diastrophism. All the highest plateaus of the earth are the direct products of diastrophism. Since their uplifts they have been modified by various agents of erosion and in many cases by volcanism and minor earth movements.
Tectonism, or diastrophism, is the term that refers to the deformation of Earth's crust. Plate tectonics is just the theory.
Isostacy TheoryConstruction TheoryConvection TheoryContinental Drift(I don't know the other pne.)
the theories of diastrophisms are the Isostacy's theory, contraction theory, convection theory, continental drift theory and the expansion theory.
*theory of isostacy *contraction theory *convection theory *continental drift theory *expansion theory/spreading the ocean floor