noun, plural ge·ol·o·gies.
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Words nearby geology
Example sentences from the Web for geology
There are landers looking at the interior geology and measuring the planet’s seismic activity.
While an elemental analysis can authenticate a product’s terroir, it does not suggest that geology shapes flavor.
A coffee’s chemical quality “comes down to geology,” Ehleringer says.
Although it’s an asteroid, its geology is compelling and diverse.The 5 best places to explore in the solar system—besides Mars|Neel Patel|August 17, 2020|MIT Technology Review
As someone who studies Martian geology, I’m definitely looking forward to 2031 but am grateful I don’t have to wait 11 years to study rocks from Mars.Meteorites From Mars Contain Clues About the Red Planet’s Geology|Arya Udry|June 17, 2020|Singularity Hub
Geology is important to making great wine, and it is particularly respected by French vintners.
Your background in geology has a big influence on this book.
Geology, literally, as I say in this book, “underlies everything.”
He recommended I take the Oxford University entrance exam in geology, and I did fairly well.
The Daily Pic: Just when he hit it big with geology, the Californian turned to sociology.
Second, geology, which takes account of all those actions which in process of time have been developed in our own sphere.
In geology there are half a dozen divisions relating to particular branches of that subject.
On the basis of this understanding the science of geology, which had in a way been founded by the Greeks, was revived.
No man who ever was in a quarry or gravel pit will say so, much less one who has the least smattering of chemistry or geology.Gospel Philosophy|J. H. Ward
He was very successful in diffusing among the young a love for the study of mineralogy and geology.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
British Dictionary definitions for geology
Derived forms of geologygeological (ˌdʒɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl) or geologic, adjectivegeologically, adverbgeologist or geologer, noun
Scientific definitions for geology
Cultural definitions for geology
The science devoted to the study of the Earth, particularly the solid Earth and the rocks that compose it.