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Geology does not 'come from' anywhere. It is a scientific discipline which studies the Earth as a physical object.
Geology is the study of earth. We are learning about geology this year in school.
The word geology derived from the greek language. The part in geology that says geo, means earth or dirt, and logos means speech.
Yardang is a geology word. It is a sharp irregular ridge carved by the wind.
No, geology is a noun, a word for the study of the structure of the earth and minerals.
The word, geologist, derives from the central noun, geology. However, the word, geologist is a noun as it the person whose occupation is geology.
if it wasn't 4 geology our world would be so confused
-logy, meaning study of
Geology comes from the Greek word gê meaning earth and logos meaning "speech".
Some students choose geology as a subject for their experiments. Geology is the study of the physical nature,structure, and history of the Earth. The geology of the region suggested that a swamp had once existed there.
Geology is a science that deals with the history of earth ad its life, especially as recorded in rocks.
Geology is not generally capitalized except, as with most words, in proper nouns and at the beginning of sentences.
The root origin of the 'geography' is Latin. 'Geo' is "earth" and 'ology' is "the study of" geology literally translates to "the study of the earth."
Geology, the study of rocks and minerals, right? That falls under earth sciences, or history of the earth.