Dome (disambiguation)

A dome is a structural element of architecture that resembles the hollow upper half of a sphere.

Dome may also refer to:

ArchitectureEdit

GeologyEdit

  • Dome (geology), a deformational feature consisting of symmetrically-dipping anticlines
    • Granite dome, a dome of granite, formed by exfoliation
    • Lava dome, a mound-shaped growth resulting from the eruption of high-silica lava from a volcano
    • Lunar dome, a type of shield volcano found on the surface of the Earth's moon
    • Resurgent dome, a volcanic dome that is swelling or rising due to movement in the magma chamber
    • Salt dome, formed when a thick bed of evaporite minerals (mainly salt, or halite) found at depth intrudes vertically into surrounding rock strata

PlacesEdit

ArenasEdit

PlacesEdit

AntarcticaEdit

AsiaEdit

  • Domé, one of the Tibetan names for the Amdo region

CanadaEdit

United StatesEdit

PeopleEdit

Art, entertainment, and mediaEdit

EnterprisesEdit

Math, science, and technologyEdit

  • Dome (mathematics), a closed geometrical surface which can be obtained by sectioning off a portion of a sphere with an intersecting plane
  • DOME project, a computer architecture project for the Square Kilometre Array, designed by ASTRON and IBM Zurich Research Laboratory
  • Norton's dome, a thought experiment concerning causality in Newtonian mechanics
  • Dome, colloquial term for an overshooting top above a thunderstorm anvil cloud

TransportationEdit

Other usesEdit