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geophysically (not comparable)
- In a geophysical manner; in terms of geophysics.
1964, National Research Council (U.S.). Panel on Solid Earth Problems, “Related problems in Geology”, in Solid-earth geophysics: survey and outlook, page 113:
- In some parts of South America the geology is as well known as in parts of North America, but in other geophysically important areas much remains to be done
1993, William D. Heran, Patricia L. Hill, Geological Survey (U.S.), D. B. Hoover, editor, The Geophysical Expression of Selected Mineral Deposit Models, ISBN 9781568063591, page 3:
- The title section identifies the Cox and Singer (1986) model or models, model number, the comilers and geophysically similar models.
2001, M.Oluic, D. Cvijanovic, S. Romandic, Gérard Bégni, editor, Observing our environment from space: new solutions for a new millennium : proceedings of the 21st EARSeL Symposium, Paris, France, 14-16 May 2001, published 2002, ISBN 9789058092540, Seismotectonic activity in Dinaric Alps based on satellite data and geophysical survey, page 265:
- The region mentioned has been geophysically researched (deep geoelectric, geomagnetic, gravity), too.