Jan 1992, when officially launched within the framework of European Science Foundation (ESF), having been proposed, 1991, by coordinating working group of the International Lithosphere Program (ILP); From 1995, under the portfolio of Standing Committee on Life and Environmental Sciences (LESC). duration: 1992-2001.
Improve understanding of the tectonic evolution of the earth's continental crust and mantle and the dynamic processes that controlled this evolution.Available with paid subscription only.
Carries out in-depth studies of lithosphere structure in Eastern and Western Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals. Organizes workshops and meetings.
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