BEOLINGUS
Dictionary - TU Chemnitz

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earth's interior; interior of the earth Erdinnere {n}; Erdinneres [geol.]

in the earth's interior im Erdinneren

deep within the earth tief im Erdinneren

earth's energy budget Energiehaushalt {m} der Erde

earth's gravitational pull Erdanziehung {f}

earth's atmosphere; terrestrial atmosphere Erdatmosphäre {f} [geol.] [meteo.]

earth's orbit Erdbahn {f}

earth's field Erdfeld {n} [telco.]

earth's mantle; mantle of the earth Erdmantel {m} [geol.]

Earth's surface; surface of the Earth; surface of the land Erdoberfläche {f} [geogr.]

traces left on the surface of the land Spuren an der Erdoberfläche

earth's gravitational field Erdschwerefeld {n}

earth's radiation budget Strahlungshaushalt {m} der Erde

Aalenian (stage in the Earth's history) Aalen {n}; Aalenium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

Bajocian (stage in the Earth's history) Bajoc {n}; Bajocium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

Callovian (stage in the Earth's history) Callov {n}; Callovium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

earthquake intensity (on the Earth's surface) Erdbebenintensität {f} (an der Erdoberfläche) [phys.]

the history of the Earth; the Earth's history die Erdgeschichte {f} [geol.]

centrosphere core of the earth; central core (of the earth); earth's nucleus; earth's core Erdkern {m} [geol.]

Hettangian (stage in the Earth's history) Hettang {n}; Hettangium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

Kimmeridgian (stage in the Earth's history) Kimmeridge {n}; Kimmeridgium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

post-Ice Age period; Holocene (epoch in the Earth's history) Nacheiszeitalter {n}; Holozän {m} (Epoche der Erdgeschichte) [geol.]

Oxfordian (stage in the Earth's history) Oxford {n}; Oxfordium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

Pliensbachian (stage in the Earth's history) Pliensbach {n}; Pliensbachium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

Sinemurian (stage in the Earth's history) Sinemur {n}; Sinemurium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

Tithonian (stage in the Earth's history) Tithon {n}; Tithonium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

Toarcian (stage in the Earth's history) Toarc {n}; Toarcium {n} (erdgeschichtliche Stufe) [geol.]

in the Earth's history (postpositive) erdgeschichtlich {adj} {adv} [geol.]

young in terms of the Earth's history erdgeschichtlich jung

world population; earth's population; global population Weltbevölkerung {f}; Erdbevölkerung {f}

erosion; truncation (removal and transportation of solid matter from Earth's surface) [listen] Erosion {f}; Abtragung {f}; Abtrag {m} (Abtragung und Verfrachtung von Feststoffen an der Erdoberfläche) [geol.]

denudation großflächige Abtragung; Gesteinsentblößung {f}; Denudation {f}

backward erosion; headward erosion; headcut erosion; retrograde erosion; retrogressive erosion; knickpoint retreat rückschreitende Erosion; Rückwärtserosion {f}

potentional erosion; interrupted erosion latente Erosion; unterbrochene Erosion

surface erosion; sheet erosion; sheet wash Oberflächenerosion {f}; Flächenerosion {f}; flächenhafte Erosion {f}; flächenhafte Abtragung {f}; Schichterosion {f}

vertical erosion; downcutting; degradation [listen] Tiefenerosion {f}; Tiefenschurf {m}; Linearerosion {f}; lineare Erosion; linienhafte Erosion; linienhafte Abtragung

soil erosion; land erosion Bodenerosion {f}; Bodenabtragung {f}; Bodenabtrag {m}

river erosion; stream erosion; fluvial erosion; fluviatile erosion Flusserosion {f}; Fluvialerosion {f}; fluviale Erosion {f}; fluviatile Erosion {f}

lateral erosion fluviale Seitenerosion; Seitenschliff {m}; Lateralerosion {f}

river bed erosion; streambed erosion; bed erosion; channel scour Flusssohlenerosion {f}; Sohlenerosion {f}

glacial erosion; exaration Gletschererosion {f}; Glazialerosion {f}; glaziale Erosion; Exaration {f}

streambank erosion; bank erosion; washing of a bank Ufererosion {f}; Abtragung von Ufermaterial

rill erosion; rill wash (by run-off water) Rillenerosion {f} (durch abfließendes Wasser)

gully erosion; gullying (by running water) Rinnenerosion {f}; Runsenerosion {f}; Grabenerosion {f} (durch Fließwasser)

water erosion; wash [listen] Wassererosion {f}; aquatische Erosion; Auswaschung durch Fließgewässer

wind erosion; blowing erosion; aeolian erosion; eolation; deflation Winderosion {f}; äolische Erosion; Windabtragung {f}; Abblasung {f}; Deflation {f}

field [listen] Feld {n} [phys.] [listen]

electromagnetic field elektromagnetisches Feld

geomagnetic field; terrestrial-magnetic field; earth's magnetic field erdmagnetisches Feld

block; fault(ed) block; clod; massif (of earth's crust); raft (in magmatites) [listen] [listen] Scholle {f} [geol.]

blocks; fault(ed) blocks; clods; massifs; rafts Schollen {pl}

downthrow block abgesenkte Scholle

downthrow side hangende Scholle

to burn up; to be burnt up (meteorite, satellite etc.) verglühen {vi} (durch Reibung bis zur Weißglut erhitzt werden und zerfallen) (Meteorit; Satellit etc.) [astron.]

burning up; being burnt up verglühend

burnt up; burned out; been burnt up verglüht

to burn up in the earth's atmosphere; to be burnt up in Earth's atmosphere in der Erdatmosphäre verglühen