There are many forms of earth science, and therefore many names
for those who study aspects of earth--geologists, geophysics
scientists, ecologists, hydrologists, sedimentologists, and
Geology is the study of rocks, minerals, ores and earth processes.
Geologists, geophysicists and geochemists are among the scientists who study the Earth.
Types of rocks are inside the Earth, so scientists study them.
When scientists study plants, it is called Botany.
Scientists who study caves are called speleologists
Antarctica is where scientists can study the health of planet earth.
Geophysicists, Geologists The study of the Earth's surface is called geology, and people who study it are called geologists. A geophysicist studies the processes that change and shape the earth.
Scientists pursue the study of the health of planet earth in Antarctica. Scientists working in Antarctica, collect data to study the health of planet earth.
Scientists who study earth's oceans are called oceanographers.
Scientists that study fungi are called mycologists.
Why do scientists study Earth's tidal patterns?
The study of meteorites help scientists study the interior of the earth because it is believed that the meteorites are made up of the same material as earth.
The study of rocks is called Petrology, and the scientists that study them are called petrologists. Petrology is a sub branch of geology.
Scientists in Antarctica study the health of planet earth.
Scientists in the Antarctic study the health of planet earth.