[jee-uh-loj-ik or jee-uh-loj-i-kuh l]
- of, relating to, or based on geology.
Origin of geologic
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Examples from the Web for geological
I spoke with Andy Snyder from the U.S. Geological Survey about the phenomenon.Silicon Valley Mansions, Swallowed Alive
November 8, 2014
The area in question was roughly defined in 2010 by the U.S. Geological Survey.Are These Gas Fields Israel’s Next Warzone?
February 7, 2014
Wrong: it turns out the first geological map produced anywhere was made in the United States in 1809 by William Maclure.The Man Who Made America: Simone Winchester Talks New Book
October 17, 2013
Two years—and half a dozen deep-sea expeditions later—the geological world is abuzz.Atlantis Discovered?
May 10, 2013
The find led to the discovery of other similar lakes and floods, but was initially disbelieved because it was “geological heresy.”How Noah’s Flood Spurred Science: David R. Montgomery’s ‘The Rocks Don’t Lie’
August 28, 2012
It is a geological discovery, to which there is nothing added or taken from.The Mayflower, January, 1905
The geological features of the country are easily described.The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido
The geological story may be told in a few untechnical words.The Mountain that was 'God'
John H. Williams
What is the usage in writing of periods, historic, geological, etc.Capitals
Frederick W. Hamilton
See his address to the Geological Society, on February 19, 1869.On the Genesis of Species
St. George Mivart
Word Origin and History for geological
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