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earth science

any of various sciences, such as geology, geography, and geomorphology, that are concerned with the structure, age, and other aspects of the earth
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earth science

[′ərth ‚sī·əns]
(science and technology)
The science that deals with the earth or any part thereof; includes the disciplines of geology, geography, oceanography, and meteorology, among others.
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