Geodynamics uses mathematical theories, laboratory experiments, and numerical simulation to model the fluid motions of the Earth's interior that arise from convective forcing. Such models elucidate how the mantle circulates, how tectonic plates are formed, how volcanoes arise, and how the inner and outer core flow and evolve. Continental geology provides observational constraints on the long-term dynamical behavior of the Earth through continental reconstructions, which are used to determine past rates of true polar wander and to understand relationships between supercontinents and mantle convection.
Journal of Geophysics & Remote Sensing is one of the top journals in Geodynamics. It publishes the original research and reviews on applied research and applications of Geodynamics. A large number of important applications depend on earth sciences interfacing with the real world.
OMICS International journals have over 15 million readers with strong editorial board which contains over 50,000+ editorial board members that ensure a rapid, quality and quick review process. Journal of Geophysics & Remote Sensing is one of the top journals of OMICS group which contributes emerging research in the area of Geodynamics. As a scientific organization, the OMICS International carries the vision to present the authentic free-to-view scientific literature to the scientific community. Archived online transactions of OMICS Group provide the International scientific community with immediate and permanent access to individual papers.
Last date updated on June, 2014