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geophysicist

geophysicist \geophysicist\ n. a specialist in geology.

Syn: geologist.

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geophysicist

n. (context geology physics English) A physicist who specialises in geophysics

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geophysicist

n. a geologist who uses physical principles to study the properties of the earth

Usage examples of "geophysicist".

Nebula right here at the time when, according to our best geophysicists and geochemists, old Earth was being born.

Two types of surface waves, named after British physicist Lord Rayleigh and British geophysicist A.

He's a geophysicist at the University of Michigan, and right now he's in Ann Arbor waiting for his wife to deliver a baby.

A team of geophysicists on an island thirty miles away were found dead by a bush pilot flying in supplies.

The admiral was also in constant communication with geophysicists who supplied new data on seafloor geology, along with Payload Percy, who answered Pitt's inquiries on the bomb removal from the aircraft and its detonation.

The geophysicists had selected a point about twelve hundred meters below the rim of the trench wall as the optimum location for the blast to set off a landslide that would in turn launch the seismic sea wave.

According to the calculations by the geophysicists, he had not traveled nearly far enough to escape the predicted reaches of the landslide.

   The geophysicists had selected a point about twelve hundred meters below the rim of the trench wall as the optimum location for the blast to set off a landslide that would in turn launch the seismic sea wave.

According to Shawna Vogel: “Geologists and geophysicists rarely go to the same meetings or collaborate on the same problems.

Your geophysicists are also predicting another convergence approximately five hundred kilometers west of Seattle.

Only sonar technicians and a team of geophysicists went on board, to survey the ocean floor.

Most exotic Milieu geophysicists think that the likelihood of a truly catastrophic incident is small.

But what the geophysicists fear is the arrival of a really large body weighing perhaps 100,000 tons or more.

The geophysicists said it was all to do with the melting of the ice caps and the oceans' evaporation, all that mass redistribution making Earth wobble like a kid's top after a hefty kick.

Like photogeologists, for instance, who work from photographs, and petrologists, who treat their rocks like lab specimens, and geochemists and geophysicists.