Definition of Subcrustal

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subcrustal

subcostae
subcostal
subcostals
subcountability
subcountable
subcounties
subcounty
subcover
subcovers
subcranial
subcrescentic
subcritical
subcrust
subcrustaceous
subcrustal (current term)
subcrusts
subcrystalline
subcube
subcubes
subcubic
subcuisine
subcuisines
subcult
subcults
subcultural
subculturally
subculture
subcultured
subcultures

Literary usage of Subcrustal

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1. The Differentiation of a Secondary Magma Trough Gravitative Adjustment by Reginald Aldworth Daly (1906)
"... syenite seems to represent ai/eneral subcrustal magma in the region at any time. It is different with the small bodies of gabbro in the roof pendants of ..."

2. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1921)
"What, then, is the cause of this subcrustal current? ... Compensation Is effected by a subcrustal flow from the region of loading to the region of ..."

3. An Introduction to Geology by William Berryman Scott (1907)
"Perhaps, as Daly has suggested, there is a universal subcrustal magma, of basic composition, which, owing to the pressure of the overlying crust, ..."

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