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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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The activities, as stated on the organizer's website (www.yearofplanetearth.org), are mainly aimed at promoting new and exciting ways in which Earth sciences can help future generations meet the challenges involved in ensuring a safer and more prosperous world.
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Kastens and Turrin, affiliated with the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, present an approach for using authentic data to teach Earth science to grades 8-12.
He was a major contributor to the development and well being of the earth science community in Canada.
I thank well-known scientists from different countries, including Estonia, for their consent to become members of the Board and to help the journal reach high standards in Earth science publishing.
A very timely addition to any school or community library Earth Science collection for young readers grades 2 to 5, Thomas Adamson's Tsunamis is an informative and "kid friendly" introduction to the kind of tidal waves that inundated the coastal areas of the countries of the Indian Ocean.
She has a multidisciplinary background in earth science and biology.

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