Geologists study the Earth, including Earth's surface and interior. Geologists study the origin, history, and structure of Earth and the processes that shape it over time. A geologist is a contributor to the science of geology. Geologists study the physical structure and processes of the Earth. Their undergraduate training typically includes significant coursework in chemistry, physics, mathematics and possibly Biology, in addition to classes offered through the geology department; volcanology, hydrology, and rock and mineral formation are among the many areas of study. Most geologists also need skills in GIS and other mapping techniques. Geologists survey the rock and mineral structure of an area which can assist in finding water supplies, oil, gas, mineral resources and faults amongst other things. This information can be useful to mining companies, government agencies, construction companies and so on.
You would have to study science as geology is to do with rocks
Penguins and scientist/geologist to study it.
A geologist studies Earth's structure
A. A geologist would study the composition of minerals.
No, that would be a geologist or even a hydrological engineer.
Because a geologist practices geology, and geology is the study of the Earth.
A geologist can study rocks, but a scientist devoted specifically devoted to the study of rocks is called a petrologist.
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Geologists would study what the lava was composed of. They would also study where the lava came from and what its temperature was.
I assume that would fall under something a geologist would study
A geologist studies rocks and soil.
They are Geologists that study Earthquakes.
to study the earth
A geologist studies the earth's processes such as earthquakes landslides tsunamis etc.The geologists do study all the aspects of the earth.
Geologist - specifically a 'Vulcanologist'
S/he would likely be called a Geophysicist, and would study landforms and its processes, and phenomena related to that such as seismics, tectonics, magnetics, gravity and so on.
An archeologist's area of study is the material remains of past humans whereas a geologist's area of study is the earth. For instance an archeologist would study sediments so they could understand how it affected man's life in a given time and place. A geologist would study the sediments so they could understand what type of materials it is made of.