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Introducing the Earth’s Interior

At this point, we leave our fantasy space voyage and turn our attention inward to the materials that make up the solid …

The Geologic Column

As stated earlier, no one locality on Earth provides a complete record of our planet’s history, because stratigraphic c…

Online geology degree and courses

Online geology degree and courses are offered at multiple forums. Geology is study of the rocks, minerals, and the for…

Inside the Planet

Seismologists, geologists who observe seismic waves observed in the early twentieth century that P waves bended, or ref…

10 of the Best Learning Geology Photos of 2016

A picture is worth a thousand words, but not all pictures are created equal. The pictures we usually feature onLearning…

Siccar Point - the world's most important geological site and the birthplace of modern geology

Siccar Point  is world-famous as the most important unconformity described by James Hutton (1726-1797) in support of hi…

30+ Thin Section Photos That Will Develop Your Interest in Petrography

The art of getting ready thin sections has been critical to expertise the core samples that scientists are observing. T…

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