subcrustal

subcrustal

(ˈsʌbˌkrʌstəl)
adj
of or relating to a subcrust

sub•crus•tal

(sʌbˈkrʌs tl)

adj.
situated or occurring below the crust of the earth.
[1895–1900]
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Tomographic images of the Iberian subcrustal lithosphere and asthenosphere.
In surface layer of the ingots torsions or subcrustal porosity were not detected.
Higher magnitude subcrustal earthquakes are caused by a tensional stress regime within the subducting plate in a depth range of 45 to 65 km (Rogers, 1998), the February 2001 Nisqually earthquake (M = 6.
11;35] is mainly associated with the post-glacial rebound, and may also be influenced by the structure of the crust and subcrustal processes (Kakkuri & Wang 1998).