Various endogenous, those occurring in the Earth's bowels, and exogenous, for example, impact effects, geological processes characterize the state of the art in geodynamics. In order to solve problems focused on the investigation of the cause-effect relationships of the processes influencing the regional geodynamics, the Earth's Natural Disasters Database (GIS-ENDDB) is being developed. By means of the tools and methods of the GIS-ENDDB, the new global geodynamics structures of complex multi-stage origin are being revealed. In particular, the large-scale seismic lineament (ring and linear) structures and deep (channel-shaped and crack-shaped) ones in Central and South-East Asia, are interpreted by geomorphological and seismological features as elements of a single geodynamic structure of impact origin.