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Whats the difference between Geology and paleontology?
Geology is the history of the earth or other planets, their constituent materials, and the forces that went into their creation. Paleontology is the study of fossil forms of life and their relationship to geology and geologic time periods. ...
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What major speculation must catastrophists make when studing geology?
The major spectrum that catastrophists must make when studying geology is the processes that existed millions of years ago. ...
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What is the difference between geology and physical geology?
geology is different about physical geology in case natural phenomenon like land side earth quackes and weathering ...
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How does environmental science relates to geology?
Environmental geology, like hydrogeology, is an applied science concerned with the practical application of the principles of geology in the solving of environmental problems. ...
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What is the relation of physics to geology?
The relation of physics to geology is that, in geology we study rocks, different structure, different palte activities, different movement of particles etc Now in all of these studies the forces are involves, like compressional forces, gravitational etc. There is also laws of physics are used in geology like newtons laws, law of superposition and so on, so physics is very much involve in geology and we can say that without physics geology is nothing. ...
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What has the author R F Emslie written?
R. F. Emslie has written: 'Major rock units of the Morin complex, southwestern Quebec' -- subject(s): Geology, Intrusions (Geology) 'Geology and petrology of the Harp Lake Complex, central Labrador' -- subject(s): Geology, Magmatism, Petrology 'Igneous rocks of central Labrador with emphasis on anorthositic and related intrusions' -- subject(s): Geology, Guidebooks, Intrusions (Geology) ...