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Struktur Geologi (Tugas Tektonofisik)

Struktur Geologi Muhammad Andry Pratama , Khairul Reza Ananda, Rijalul Haq, Adrian Nurhadi Department of Mining Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Syiah Kuala University
Since several centuries ago scientists have described about the formation of the continent which is known as Continental Drift . The term describes the symptoms of movement of the continent which has now been studied in the science of geology .
In geology are part of the branch that studies of changes in rocks that occur as a result of tectonic processes and other processes called Structural Geology . The geological structure of explaining the folding system , muscular system , muscular system and other.

Pergerakan Konvergen Divergen dan Transform (Tugas Tektonofisik)

Pergerakan Konvergen Divergen dan Transform
M. Rizki Mufty, Aufaz Zihni, M. Haris Maulana Putra, Muhammad Jehan
Department of Mining Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh
Abstract The earth on which we live is a planet that has a history of dynamic formation and has lasted for approximately 4.56 billion years with the discovery of the oldest rocks 4.3 billion years old. For billions of years, the Earth continues to change pretty extreme to this day and finally we can live comfortably on top along with other living beings. Even today, the earth still continues to change. Changes caused by various factors, both factors conducted by the earth itself and caused by the activities of living organisms, or as a result of the things that come from outside the Earth. One factor that is carried by the earth itself is due to tectonic plate movement (movement of divergent, convergent and transform).

Pergerakan Lempeng Tektonik : Orogenesa (Tugas Tektonofisik)

Pergerakan Lempeng Tektonik : Orogenesa
Ari Hardiansyah, Firman Isnan, Muhammad Fadhil dan M. Ilman Rasyad Department of Mining Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh Abstrak Orogenesis, the process of mountain building, occurs when two tectonic plates collide – either forcing material upwards to form mountain belts such as the Alps or Himalayas or causing one plate to be subducted below the other, resulting in volcanic mountain chains such as the Andes. Integrating the approaches of structural geology and metamorphism, this book provides an up-to-date overview of orogenic research and an introduction to the physico-chemical properties of mountain belts. Global examples are explored, the interactioning roles of temperature and deformation in the orogenic process are reviewed, and important new concepts such as channel flow are explained. This book provides a valuable introduction to this fast-moving field for advanced undergraduate and graduate students…