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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.     [Add article].



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Main topics

  1. Aeolian landforms
  2. Agronomy
  3. Archaeology
  4. Archaeoseismology
  5. Arctic research
  6. Cartography
  7. Coastal engineering
  8. Coastal geography
  9. Crystals
  10. Earth orbits
  11. Earth phenomena
  12. Earth sciences
  13. Earth sciences metadata conventions
  14. Earth trojans
  15. Earthquake and seismic risk mitigation
  16. East Antarctica
  17. East Siberian Sea
  18. Eclipses
  19. Ecological theories
  20. Ecology
  21. Ecology terminology
  22. Ecosystems
  23. Environmental science
  24. Environmental soil science
  25. Environmental terminology
  26. Environments
  27. Erosion
  28. Extreme points of Earth
  29. Fields of seismology
  30. Forest ecology
  31. Fossils
  32. Geochronological dating methods
  33. Geochronology
  34. Geodesy
  35. Geographic coordinate systems
  36. Geographic information systems
  37. Geography
  38. Geography terminology
  39. Geolocation
  40. Geomagnetic storms
  41. Geomorphology
  42. Geophysical imaging
  43. Geophysics
  44. Geostatistics
  45. Geothermal energy
  46. Glaciology
  47. Hadean
  48. Hemispheres of Earth
  49. Ice caps of Antarctica
  50. Intermediate rocks
  51. Lighting
  52. Magnetic anomalies
  53. Magnetospheres
  54. Metamorphic petrology
  55. Mineral exploration
  56. Mineralogy
  57. Navigation
  58. Optical mineralogy
  59. Paleogeography
  60. Paleontology
  61. Pedology
  62. Petrology
  63. Physical geography
  64. Plateaus of Antarctica
  65. Political geography
  66. Remote sensing
  67. Sedimentary rocks
  68. Sedimentology
  69. Sediments
  70. Seismology
  71. Seismology measurement
  72. Soil physics
  73. Storm chasing
  74. Stratigraphy
  75. Structure of the Earth
  76. Theoretical ecology
  77. Topography
  78. Topography techniques
  79. Tornado
  80. Tropical cyclones
  81. Types of cyclone
  82. Types of earthquake
  83. Types of soil
  84. Volcanic landforms
  85. Volcanic rocks
  86. Volcanology

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 thermodynamics
  14. Boundary layer meteorology
  15. Ionosphere
  16. Meteor showers
  17. Meteorite mineralogy and petrology
  18. Meteorite minerals
  19. Meteoroids
  20. Meteorological concepts
  21. Meteorological phenomena
  22. Microscale meteorology
  23. Radar meteorology
  24. Tropical meteorology

Climate and Weather

  1. Climate
  2. Climate change
  3. Climate change assessment and attribution
  4. Climate change controversies
  5. Climate change policy
  6. Climate change skepticism and denial
  7. Climate engineering
  8. Climate modeling
  9. Climate variability and change
  10. Climatology
  11. Global warming
  12. Numerical climate and weather models
  13. Paleoclimatology
  14. Weather forecasting
  15. Weather prediction

Geology

  1. Carboniferous geology
  2. Deposition (geology)
  3. Economic geology
  4. Geologic time scales
  5. Geological eons
  6. Geological history of Earth
  7. Geological processes
  8. Geological techniques
  9. Geological units
  10. Geology
  11. Geology terminology
  12. Geology theories
  13. Geology timelines
  14. Historical geology
  15. Mountain geomorphology
  16. Mountains of Antarctica
  17. Plate tectonics
  18. Structural geology
  19. Tectonics

Oceanography and Water

  1. Aquatic ecology
  2. Chemical oceanography
  3. Coastal and oceanic landforms
  4. Hydrography
  5. Hydrology
  6. Marine energy
  7. Ocean currents
  8. Ocean pollution
  9. Oceanic ridges
  10. Oceanographic instrumentation
  11. Oceanographical terminology
  12. Oceanography
  13. Oceans
  14. Physical oceanography
  15. Submarine topography
  16. Water and the environment
  17. Water pollution

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