Geodynamics is a subfield of geophysics dealing with dynamics of the Earth. Experts in geodynamics commonly use data from geodetic GPS, InSAR, and seismology, along with numerical models, to study the evolution of the Earth's lithosphere, mantle and core.
Work performed by geodynamicists may include:
* Modeling brittle and ductile deformation of geologic materials
Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics
* Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics - Open-source geodynamics software
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