Role and importance of geodynamics in geodetic surveys in production areas


In science geodynamics has been actively developing as a new direction recently, especially in the last decade. For the first time this term was described in A. Liyav’s monograph 90 years ago. A. Liyav himself formed this term as a relationship of the Earth and space factors, as well as a legal regmatic formation of cracks-light grid on the entire surface of the bottom and the entire planet surface. In the last 20 years, the meaning of geodynamics is often used in a slightly modified version, so geodynamics has become understood as the whole complex of development processes inside the Earth. In the foreign literature, geodynamics is understood to be a branch of geology engaged in the study of forces and processes that occur only in the interior of the Earth and cause the formation of disorderly structures and deformations in its shells. Subsequently, E. Og considered geodynamics as a section of tectonics, studying the forces affecting the planet and phenomena occurring on its surface. In other foreign sources, modern geodynamics is the science of Earth’s movements in real time, which can be measured, identified and explained in the language of fundamental sciences. The purpose and task of this work is to make a general overview of the results of geodesic research in geodynamics, considering geodynamics as a new direction of science.
How to Cite
BURLIBAYEVA, Sh.; BEXEITOVA, R.; SHULTS, R.. Role and importance of geodynamics in geodetic surveys in production areas. Journal of Geography and Environmental Management, [S.l.], v. 58, n. 3, p. 4-10, oct. 2020. ISSN 2663-0397. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 26 nov. 2020. doi:
Keywords geodynamics, geodesy, geology, quarries, mineral extraction.