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The science that deals with the earth's physical structure and substance, its history, and the processes that act on it,
  1. The science that deals with the earth's physical structure and substance, its history, and the processes that act on it

  2. The geological features of an area
    • - the geology of the Outer Hebrides
  3. The geological features of a planetary body
    • - the geology of the surface of Mars

  1. a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
  2. (geological) of or relating to or based on geology; "geological formations"; "geologic forces"
  3. Geology is the science and study of the physical matter and energy that constitute the Earth. The field of geology encompasses the study of the composition, structure, properties, and history of the planet's physical material, the processes by which it is formed, moved, and changed, the history ...
  4. Country rock is a geological term meaning the rock native to an area. It is similar and in many cases interchangeable with the terms basement and wall rocks.
  5. Geology is a publication of the Geological Society of America (GSA). The GSA claims (also states ISSN) that it is the most widely read scientific journal in the field of earth science. It is published monthly, with each issue containing 20 or more articles, and an annual total of 1166 pages.
  6. A geologist is a scientist who studies the solid and liquid matter that constitutes the Earth as well as the processes and history that has shaped it. Geologists usually engage in studying geology. ...
  7. (Geologist (musician)) Geologist (born Brian Weitz on March 25, 1979) is a founding member of Animal Collective. He provides electronic sound manipulations and samples for the band.
  8. The science that studies the structure of the earth (or other planets), together with its origin and development, especially by examination of its rocks
  9. (Geologist) A person trained in the study of the Earth’s crust. Petroleum geologists search for traps (structural or stratigraphic) favourable for the accumulation of hydrocarbons and determine favourable locations for drilling.
  10. (Geologist) A scientist who gathers and interprets data pertaining to the formations of the earth’s crust.
  11. (Geologist) Someone who studies the constitution, structure, and history of the earth's crust, conducting research into the formation and dissolution of rock layers, analyzing fossil and mineral content of layers, and endeavoring to fix historical sequence of development by relating ...
  12. (geologist) A person who is engaged in professional geological work under the supervision of a registered geologist or registered civil engineer, who is in responsible charge of the work, pursuant to section 7805 of the Business and Professions Code.
  13. Tectonics • Mountains • Volcanoes • Glaciers • Passes • Valleys • Deserts • Islands • Beaches • Wetlands • Rivers • Lakes • Indus plain • Pothohar plateau • Sistan basin • Salt range • Gwadar bay • Arabian sea • Minerals • Coal fields • Oil fields • Gas fields
  14. The study of the planet Earth - the materials of which it is made, the processes that act on these materials, the products formed, and the history of the planet and its life forms since its origin
  15. Bedrock and surficial geology of each MLRA is described.
  16. The study of planet Earth, its composition, structure, natural processes, and history.
  17. Study of rocks, minerals, and fossils. Geology was a popular science in the nineteenth century, studied by elite gentlemen like Cole's patrons. Cole noted geological features in his sketchbooks, read J.L. ...
  18. The study of the earth’s outer layer, including the minerals and rocks it is made of, and the physical forces that affect its development and appearance.
  19. Solid material from which most soil derives, characterised by the horizon symbol 'R' for rock. Soil may lie on top of the geology it came from - or maybe not if ancient glaciers pushed the soil around like a primaeval bulldozer! ...
  20. In geology, a feature that lies apart from the main body or mass to which it belongs: for example, a rock or stratum that has been separated from a formation by erosion.
  21. In geology and seismology a combination of aircraft-based LIDAR and GPS have evolved into an important tool for detecting faults and measuring uplift. ...
  22. The study of Earth's history as it is recorded in rock.
  23. Science devoted to the study of the structure and evolution of the earth’s crust.
  24. a pattern of a meandering stream in which a channel cuts a new course to bypass a meander bend
  25. The scientific discipline that studies the origin, composition, and structure of Planet Earth. See also GEOLOGY for more details.