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An article detailing how rocks are formed, the classification of different formations, and the processes involvedÂ…
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 80 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +21 votes | 12 comments
This is a brief description of the geologic history of the Catskill Mountains in New York State. This article also includes a brief description of the geologic history of the Appalachians.
Published by John Carter 80 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +5 votes | 2 comments
A short list of the highest and most notable sinkholes in the world.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 80 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +25 votes | 19 comments
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Published by mihai cosmin 81 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +1 votes | 0 comments
Five most dangerous cities on earth are lying on the ever changing tectonic plates.
Published by Wei Li Leow 81 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +0 votes | 1 comments
This tells about the geology of the Loch Ness region in Scotland and the reason why there is no Loch Ness monster.
Published by John Carter 82 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +9 votes | 5 comments
Coal is a well known combustible mineral, used as a fuel. It varies in shade from brown to black. It is brittle, it cannot be melted, and is not subject to decay. Coal is composed essentially of carbon, but contains five or six per cent of earthy matter. This is the part that is left behind in ash. Sulphur is found in almost all coal.
Published by Inforead 82 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +4 votes | 2 comments
The largest subduction zone on Earth is the Marianas Trench that has never had an earthquake in recorded history going back to the 1600s. The reason for this turns out to be nothing more complicated then mud.
Published by John Carter 82 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +5 votes | 1 comments
This is some of the discoveries that came from Welch and Picard's epic voyage to the deepest place on Earth. The theory of plate tectonics was one of the theories propelled by this epic voyage as well as a flock of other mysteries.
Published by John Carter 82 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +3 votes | 2 comments
This is about the descent into the Challenger Deep by Don Welch and Jacques Picard in the submersible vessel Trieste the deepest place on the World.
Published by John Carter 82 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +2 votes | 2 comments
As most people know by now the Earth is made up of a crust, mantle and core. However, as technology advances, we learn more about the make-up each layer.
Published by Norma MacLennan 82 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +10 votes | 8 comments
Geology encompasses all other major sciences and is, in its simplest sense, knowledge (or study) of the Earth. However, it is a rapidly growing field where more and more subdivisions are opening.
Published by Norma MacLennan 82 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +3 votes | 4 comments
The Richter Scale is famous for measuring the magnitude of an earthquake. In other words, it measures the severity of an earthquake from 0-10 with each unit of the Richter Scale being measured by a factor of 10. The more severe an earthquake is, the higher the measurement will be. It may be possible for the Richter Scale to measure an earthquake higher than 10 if one at this sort of magnitude does strike.
Published by Shafi Choudhury 83 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +3 votes | 1 comments
This article contains information about how an earthquake is caused with a brief look on some of the most devastating earthquakes ever recorded.
Published by Shafi Choudhury 83 months ago in Geology & Plate Tectonics | +1 votes | 0 comments
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