Caspian Seas

Authors: Yu. N. Bratkov

This study belongs to comparative planetology and geodynamics. It prolongates "Geological flows" (arXiv:0811.3136v1) and "Flow dynamics of the Moon" (arXiv:1004.0450v1). Acquaintance with the above-mentioned papers is strongly recommended. Recall that geology and planetology are growed here over new conceptual basis. The new basis is high-speed fluid dynamics ant its similarity to superslow flows of solid planet surfaces. Caspian Seas, Mississippis, and Tycho Craters are new interesting objects of studying in this advanced comparative planetology. Highly unobvious relations between such flows are represented.

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[v1] 2012-11-12 15:06:24

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