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Earth science or geoscience includes all fields of natural science related to the planet Earth. This is a branch of science dealing with the physical constitution of the Earth and its atmosphere. Earth science is the study of our planet's physical characteristics, from earthquakes to raindrops, and floods to fossils.


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Main topics

  1. Active volcanoes
  2. Aeolian landforms
  3. Agronomy
  4. Air pollution
  5. Alvars (landform)
  6. Archaeology
  7. Archaeoseismology
  8. Arctic expeditions
  9. Arctic research
  10. Badlands
  11. Bartonian
  12. Basins
  13. Bithynia
  14. Buffalo jumps
  15. Buttes
  16. Canyons and gorges
  17. Caria
  18. Cartography
  19. Caves
  20. Cinder cones
  21. Cirrus
  22. Cisuralian
  23. Cliffs
  24. Cloud types
  25. Clouds
  26. Coastal engineering
  27. Coastal erosion
  28. Coastal geography
  29. Columnar basalts
  30. Complex volcanoes
  31. Continents
  32. Coral reefs
  33. Crystals
  34. Cumulus
  35. Danxia landform
  36. Deserts
  37. Dry or seasonal streams
  38. Earth
  39. Earth Impact Database
  40. Earth phenomena
  41. Earth sciences
  42. Earth sciences metadata conventions
  43. Earth trojans
  44. Earthquake and seismic risk mitigation
  45. Earthquake engineering
  46. East Antarctica
  47. East Siberian Sea
  48. Eclipses
  49. Ecological theories
  50. Ecology
  51. Ecology terminology
  52. Ecoregions
  53. Ecosystems
  54. Environment of the Arctic
  55. Environmental research
  56. Environmental science
  57. Environmental soil science
  58. Environmental terminology
  59. Environments
  60. Eocene
  61. Eocene geochronology
  62. Ergs
  63. Erosion
  64. Erosion landforms
  65. Escarpments
  66. Eskers
  67. Extreme points of Earth
  68. Fields of seismology
  69. Fluvial landforms
  70. Forest ecology
  71. Furongian
  72. Geochronological dating methods
  73. Geochronology
  74. Geodesy
  75. Geographic coordinate systems
  76. Geographic information systems
  77. Geography
  78. Geography journals
  79. Geography terminology
  80. Geolocation
  81. Geomagnetic reversal
  82. Geomagnetic storms
  83. Geomorphology
  84. Geomorphology journals
  85. Geophysical imaging
  86. Geophysics
  87. Geophysics journals
  88. Geostatistics
  89. Geothermal energy
  90. Geysers
  91. Glacial deposits
  92. Glacial erosion landforms
  93. Glacial lakes
  94. Glacial landforms
  95. Glaciology
  96. Glens
  97. Grasslands
  98. Grottoes
  99. Guadalupian
  100. Hadean
  101. Headlands
  102. Hemispheres of Earth
  103. Highlands
  104. Hill lands
  105. Hills
  106. Hotspot volcanoes
  107. Ice caps of Antarctica
  108. Ice caves
  109. Impact crater lakes
  110. Impact craters of Russia
  111. Impact craters of the Arctic
  112. Impact craters on Earth
  113. Inselberg plains
  114. Inselbergs
  115. Intermediate rocks
  116. Islands
  117. Karst
  118. Lacustrine landforms
  119. Lakes
  120. Landforms
  121. Lava caves
  122. Lava domes
  123. Lava flows
  124. Lighting
  125. Limestone caves
  126. Lists of caves
  127. Lists of impact craters on Earth
  128. Lists of landforms
  129. Llandovery epoch
  130. Lopingian
  131. Lucania
  132. Ludlow epoch
  133. Lutetian
  134. Magnetic anomalies
  135. Magnetospheres
  136. Malpaí
  137. Mesas
  138. Metamorphic petrology
  139. Miaolingian
  140. Mineral exploration
  141. Mineralogy
  142. Mississipp
  143. Moraines
  144. Mud volcanoes
  145. Natural arches
  146. Natural monoliths
  147. Navigation
  148. Optical mineralogy
  149. Paleocene
  150. Paleocene geochronology
  151. Paleogeography
  152. Paleomagnetism
  153. Paleontology
  154. Parasitic cones
  155. Patagonia
  156. Patterned grounds
  157. Pedology
  158. Pennsylvan
  159. Periglacial landforms
  160. Petrology
  161. Physical geography
  162. Pilbara
  163. Plains
  164. Planation surfaces
  165. Plateaus
  166. Plateaus of Antarctica
  167. Pleistocene
  168. Political geography
  169. Possible impact craters on Earth
  170. Priabonian
  171. Pridoli epoch
  172. Pyroclastic cones
  173. Quarries
  174. Remote sensing
  175. Ridge volcanoes
  176. Ridges
  177. Rivers
  178. Roadian
  179. Rock formations
  180. Sakmarian
  181. Sea caves
  182. Sedimentary rocks
  183. Sedimentology
  184. Sediments
  185. Seismic magnitude scales
  186. Seismology
  187. Seismology measurement
  188. Shield volcanoes
  189. Slope landforms
  190. Smog
  191. Soil physics
  192. Storm
  193. Storm chasing
  194. Stratigraphy
  195. Stratovolcanoes
  196. Structure of the Earth
  197. Subglacial mounds
  198. Summits
  199. Supervolcanoes
  200. Tab
  201. Terreneuvian
  202. Tertiary igneous petrology
  203. Theoretical ecology
  204. Topography
  205. Topography techniques
  206. Tornado
  207. Tornadoes
  208. Tropical cyclones
  209. Tuff cones
  210. Tuyas
  211. Types of cyclone
  212. Types of earthquake
  213. Types of soil
  214. Valleys
  215. Volcanic arcs
  216. Volcanic belts
  217. Volcanic cones
  218. Volcanic crater lakes
  219. Volcanic craters
  220. Volcanic dams
  221. Volcanic fields
  222. Volcanic landforms
  223. Volcanic plateaus
  224. Volcanic plugs
  225. Volcanic rocks
  226. Volcanism by geochronology
  227. Volcanoes
  228. Volcanoes of Europe
  229. Volcanogenic lakes
  230. Volcanology
  231. Wairarapa
  232. Wenlock epoch
  233. Wild caves
  234. Wuchiapingian
  235. Ypresian
  236. Zealandia

Atmosphere

  1. Aeronautics
  2. Aerospace
  3. Atmosphere
  4. Atmosphere of Earth
  5. Atmospheric boundaries
  6. Atmospheric circulation
  7. Atmospheric dispersion modeling
  8. Atmospheric dynamics
  9. Atmospheric electricity
  10. Atmospheric ghost lights
  11. Atmospheric optical phenomena
  12. Atmospheric sciences
  13. Atmospheric sounding
  14. Atmospheric thermodynamics
  15. Boundary layer meteorology
  16. Earth and atmospheric sciences journals
  17. Glossaries of meteorology
  18. Ionosphere
  19. Meteorite mineralogy and petrology
  20. Meteorological concepts
  21. Meteorological data and networks
  22. Meteorological phenomena
  23. Microscale meteorology
  24. Mountain meteorology
  25. Radar meteorology
  26. Tropical meteorology

Climate and Weather

  1. Anomalous weather
  2. Climate
  3. Climate change
  4. Climate change assessment and attribution
  5. Climate change controversies
  6. Climate change mitigation
  7. Climate change policy
  8. Climate change skepticism and denial
  9. Climate engineering
  10. Climate history
  11. Climate modeling
  12. Climate patterns
  13. Climate variability and change
  14. Climatology
  15. Global warming
  16. Numerical climate and weather models
  17. Paleoclimatology
  18. Severe weather and convection
  19. Space weather
  20. Weather
  21. Weather forecasting
  22. Weather hazards
  23. Weather prediction

Geology

  1. Cambrian geology
  2. Carboniferous geology
  3. Cisuralian geology
  4. Cretaceous geology
  5. Deposition (geology)
  6. Devonian geology
  7. Early Cretaceous geology
  8. Early Jurassic geology
  9. Economic geology
  10. Ediacaran geology
  11. Geologic domes
  12. Geologic time scales
  13. Geological eons
  14. Geological history of Earth
  15. Geological periods
  16. Geological processes
  17. Geological techniques
  18. Geological units
  19. Geology
  20. Geology of the Pacific Ocean
  21. Geology terminology
  22. Geology theories
  23. Geology timelines
  24. Historical geology
  25. Holocene geology
  26. Hydrogeology
  27. Jurassic geology
  28. Late Triassic geology
  29. Lists of mountains
  30. Llandovery geology
  31. Ludlow geology
  32. Magmatism by geological period
  33. Miocene geology
  34. Mountain geomorphology
  35. Mountain lakes
  36. Mountain meteorology
  37. Mountain passes
  38. Mountains
  39. Mountains of Antarctica
  40. Neogene geologyI
  41. Oligocene geology
  42. Ordovician geology
  43. Paleocene geology
  44. Paleogene geology
  45. Plate tectonics
  46. Pleistocene geology
  47. Pliocene geology
  48. Quaternary geologic formations
  49. Quaternary geology
  50. Silurian geology
  51. Stacks (geology)
  52. Structural geology
  53. Tectonic landforms
  54. Tectonic plates
  55. Tectonics
  56. Triassic geology
  57. Volcanism by geological period

Oceanography and Water

  1. Aquatic ecology
  2. Atlantic Ocean
  3. Bodies of water
  4. Chemical oceanography
  5. Coastal and oceanic landforms
  6. Currents of the Arctic Ocean
  7. Currents of the Atlantic Ocean
  8. Geology of the Pacific Ocean
  9. Hydrogeology
  10. Hydrography
  11. Hydrology
  12. Indian Ocean
  13. Landforms of Oceania
  14. Marine energy
  15. Ocean currents
  16. Ocean pollution
  17. Oceanic ridges
  18. Oceanic trenches of the Pacific Ocean
  19. Oceanographic expeditions
  20. Oceanographic instrumentation
  21. Oceanographical terminology
  22. Oceanography
  23. Oceans
  24. Pacific Ocean
  25. Physical oceanography
  26. Submarine topography
  27. Underwater mining
  28. Underwater ridges of the Indian Ocean
  29. Volcanoes of the Arctic Ocean
  30. Water and the environment
  31. Water pollution
  32. Water streams
  33. Waterfalls

Prehistoric Earth

  1. Cambrian
  2. Cambrian geochronology
  3. Cambrian geology
  4. Cambrian impact craters
  5. Cambrian magmatism
  6. Cambrian orogenies
  7. Carboniferous
  8. Carboniferous geology
  9. Carboniferous impact craters
  10. Carboniferous magmatism
  11. Carboniferous paleontological sites
  12. Cretaceous
  13. Cretaceous System
  14. Cretaceous geology
  15. Cretaceous impact craters
  16. Cretaceous magmatism
  17. Cretaceous orogenies
  18. Cryogenian
  19. Devonian
  20. Devonian geochronology
  21. Devonian geology
  22. Devonian impact craters
  23. Devonian magmatism
  24. Early Cretaceous geology
  25. Early Devonian
  26. Early Jurassic geology
  27. Ediacaran
  28. Ediacaran geology
  29. Jurassic
  30. Jurassic geology
  31. Jurassic impact craters
  32. Jurassic magmatism
  33. Late Devonian
  34. Late Triassic geology
  35. Middle Devonian
  36. Neogene
  37. Neogene geologyI
  38. Neogene impact craters
  39. Neogene magmatism
  40. Oligocene
  41. Oligocene geochronology
  42. Oligocene geology
  43. Ordovician
  44. Ordovician by continent
  45. Ordovician events
  46. Ordovician geochronology
  47. Ordovician geology
  48. Ordovician impact craters
  49. Ordovician magmatism
  50. Paleogene
  51. Paleogene geochronology
  52. Paleogene geology
  53. Paleogene impact craters
  54. Paleogene magmatism
  55. Permian
  56. Permian geochronology
  57. Permian magmatism
  58. Quaternary
  59. Quaternary geologic formations
  60. Quaternary geology
  61. Quaternary impact craters
  62. Quaternary magmatism
  63. Quaternary paleontological sites
  64. Silurian
  65. Silurian geochronology
  66. Silurian geology
  67. Silurian impact craters
  68. Silurian magmatism
  69. Triassic
  70. Triassic geology
  71. Triassic impact craters
  72. Triassic magmatism