geology science

Geology Science is study of the earth. It includes the materials that constitute the world, the properties and structures in the world and the processes that affect them. It is also concerned with the study of all life histories that have lived or lived in the world. Analyzing how life and our planet change over time is an important part of geology. Geology gives an idea of ​​the history of the Earth by presenting basic evidence for plate tectonics, the evolutionary history of life and past climates.

Geology of the Earth is the science that follows the understanding of how it is born, how it develops, how it works, and how we can help to preserve habitats. And we combine a number of other fields of science to explain a being like the Earth. topics such as physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, computing and even geography and cartography. Hence, geology is basically a combination of different fields that aim to explain the world and related processes.

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Spheroidal Weathering

Weathering Types

Weathering is the combination of processes that breaking down of rocks, soil and minerals, eventually transforming into sediment. On the other hand, disintegration or alteration of the rock surface in its natural or original position through physical, chemical and biological processes induced or modified by wind, water and climate.

Bowen’s Reaction Series

Bowen's reaction series is based on observations and experiments of natural rocks, the crystallization sequence of typical basaltic magma change as they cool. It is a sorting tool according to the temperature at which they crystallize common magmatic silicate minerals.
Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The rock cycle basic definiton is transitions among the three main rock types, which are metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary rocks. Each of the rocks can be altered when they are force out equilibrium conditions.The rock cycle describes how the three rock types are interrelated and how processes change from one to another over time.The rock cycle

Mineral is a naturally occurring chemical compound usually of crystalline form and not produced by life processes. A mineral has one specific chemical composition, whereas a rock can be an aggregate of different minerals or mineraloids. The study of minerals is called mineralogy.

Minerals

Rocks are solid mineral substance on the surface or under the soil, forming part of the earth surface. The outer layer of the world forms rocks. In geological definition, rocks are formed by the combination of one or more minerals. For example, granite consists of quartz, feldspar and biotite minerals.

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The Earth’s Layers

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Topographic map

Field Geology Maps Questions and Answers

What is a topographic map? Topographic map A topographic map (also called...

Evaporation and Transpiration

The process through which water is transferred from the surface of the Earth (land surface, free water surfaces, soil water, etc.) to the atmosphere is called evaporation.During evaporation process the latent heat of evaporation is taken from the surface of evaporation.Therefore evaporation is considered as a cooling process. Evaporation from land surface, free water surfaces, soil water, etc. are of great importance in hydrological and meterological studies,

Bowen’s Reaction Series

Bowen's reaction series is based on observations and experiments of natural rocks, the crystallization sequence of typical basaltic magma change as they cool. It is a sorting tool according to the temperature at which they crystallize common magmatic silicate minerals.
Oil Extraction Process

The Petroleum System

The Petroleum System consists of a mature source rock, migration pathway,reservoir rock, trap and seal. Appropriate relative timing of formation of these elements and the processes of generation, migration and accumulation are necessary for hydrocarbons to accumulate and be preserved.
Sandstone Geology at Clashach Cove

What is Geology?

Geology is the study of the Earth. Like so many scientific words, "geology" is constructed from root words dating back to ancient times: geo comes from the Creek word meaning "the Earth"; it is a prefix used in other related fields, too, such as geography, geodesy, and geophysics. The alogy suffix comes from the Creek logos, meaning "discussion," and is roughly translated as "the study of."

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Yellowstone National Park USA

Fumaroles Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park USA The story of Yellowstone’s thermal basins begins with features deep within the earth. At...