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According to IDC sales numbers from the first quarter of 2017, the Rift was a distant fourth among headset models with an estimated market share of only 4.
The preliminary findings indicate that the new farms and irrigation canals are causing the land rifts in the area," he said.
Geologists have known the end is coming for Afar, and they got a preview beginning in 1978, in a part of the rift zone located in Djibouti.
Presents overviews of sequence stratigraphy in rifts and structural controls on clastic and carbonate sedimentation-critical to the exact mapping of the most lucrative hydrocarbon locations by exploration geologists
Ancient human ancestors inhabited some of the rawest land on Earth, amid the East African Rift Valley.
The three faulting models proposed at propagating rifts involve items found in nearly every household: decks of cards and a bookshelf.
Small and Abbott say that the Louisville trough may be an ancient rift, but it lacks the topography characteristic of others.
Rifts are important because scientists believe they are a manifestation of the same processes that spawn oceans and cause continents to collide.
During the Eocene epoch, a long rift cleaved the plate and cut off its northern section, which held the Broken Ridge part of the plateau.
In a paper to be published in EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS, the two geophysicists state that rifts underlying both the Suez and Aqaba were formed by the same movement between the African and Arabian plates.
org/blog/a-new-branch/) the new rift to be 15 kilometers long already.
In addition, such sudden large-scale events on land pose a much more serious hazard to populations living near the rift than would several smaller events, according to Cindy Ebinger, professor of earth and environmental sciences at the University of Rochester and co-author of the study.