This makes for an interesting comparison. Geology is to geography what natural history is to history.
Geography deals with national borders and the lines that humans have made on the earth. Geology deals with the natural structure of the earth and the formation of it's rocks and minerals.
Geography is the study of many aspects of the earth ie, rivers, population, political, industrial etc, but will include some geological aspects. Geology is the study of rocks and the actual crust of the earth
geography is geography
The difference between physical geography and population is population refering to humans and physical geography refering to land.
i think that Applied geology is the fundamental of soil layer in our world but geology is the study of soil layer, minerals, difference of rock and deeply in to the earth
no..not at all, geology is the study of rocks, where geography is the study of places around the world..
Archeology is the study of the past. Geology is the study of rocks and minerals.
geology is different about physical geology in case natural phenomenon like land side earth quackes and weathering
Earthquakes are apart of geology. Geology is the study of Earth and Earth's interior, where as geography is Earth's climate and geographical features. I hope I helped answer your question. :)
i think what you are trying to ask is, "What is the difference between physical and political maps." The difference between the two is that physical is terrain and political is location and cities.
The difference of maths and geography is maths is more better than geography
Zoology work with biology and geology work with ecological nature.
physiography, geology, topography
well, to start they both start with G's, they end in Y's and they sound the same
Petrology is a sub category of geology It is concerned specifically with the composition, origin and texture of rocks.
a BA is a bachelor of arts in geology, and has a different amount of classes and types of classes compared to a BS in geology, which is a bachelors of science which is recommended more.
Arthur C. Trowbridge has written: 'Tertiary and Quaternary geology of the lower Rio Grande region, Texas' -- subject(s): Geology, Geology, Stratigraphic, Stratigraphic Geology 'Geology and geography of the Galena and Elizabeth quadrangles' -- subject(s): Description and travel, Geology, Physical geography
Because it gives natural condition on geography
J. B. Whittow has written: 'Geology and scenery in Ireland' -- subject(s): Geology 'Disasters' -- subject(s): Natural disasters 'Geology and scenery in Britain' -- subject(s): Geology, Landforms 'The Penguin dictionary of physical geography' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Physical geography 'Essays in geography for Austin Miller' -- subject(s): Geography
I would have to say geography. Geology is the overall science. Many people get geography confused with geology because of it being similar in wording, but for example you wouldn't use geology in the sentence below. "The geography of the farmland." Geography- study of the physical features of the earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these.
we have physical geology and physical geography which both discuss on lnadforms, weathering, erosion, mass westing, earth quake, the origin of the earth and so on. so by the above caption been mension which shows both geology and geography are the same in the physical part.