“MESO-SCALE” на російській мові



The relationship between the dip-slip displacements along the major fault plane and the multiple kinematics of the mesoscale pattern of deformation exhibited in its hanging wall is uncertain.

Domain formation at the mesoscale (nanometer range) is more difficult to study because domain sizes are beyond the resolution of standard light microscopy techniques, and their formation is more dynamic in nature.

The rain-bringing mesoscale convective system is strong, and the torrential rains move slowly northwards along the Western side of the mountains.

This study reports on a mesoscale normal fault zone, intraformational in Oligocene argillaceous sediments from the Boom Formation, containing several metre-scale normal fault strands.

The stable immobilization appears to be an indirect proof that the tethered lipid bilayer lack defects on the mesoscale .