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Deposition (geology)
Deposition (geology) Deposition, also known as sedimentation, is the geological ... eroded and transported from another geographical location. Deposition occurs when the forces responsible for sediment ... particle weight and friction that resist motion. Deposition can also refer to the build ...
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Talk:Deposition (geology)
Talk:Deposition (geology) Deposition Gracie Rodriguez There is something that makes ... know what it is? It is called Deposition! An exsample of deposition is: There is an island and ...
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Geology
Geology Geology (from Greek γη- (ge-, "the earth") and ... etc., are also in use. The word "geology" was first used by Jean-André Deluc ... by erosion of the mountains and by deposition of silt. The work on rocks Peri ... were formed by vulcanism which is the deposition of lava from volcanoes, as opposed ...
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Deposition
Deposition Deposition is a word used in many fields to describe different processes: In law, deposition is the taking of testimony outside of court. In chemistry, deposition is molecules settling out of a solution. In geology, deposition is material (like sediment) being ...
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Geology (Gknowledge wiki)
Geology From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Geology (from Greek γη- (ge-, "the earth") and ... etc., are also in use. The word "geology" was first used by Jean-André Deluc ... were formed by vulcanism which is the deposition of lava from volcanoes , as opposed to ... first published his famous book, Principles of Geology, in 1830 and continued to publish ...
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Geology   (translated from Greek)
Geology H Geology (from Greek ground- and reason ) it is science that studies ground. The geology as science helped considerably in the determination ... in general as tectonic plates. Also, the geology dealt with the localisation and the management ... planitjko' body that is examined. The word "geology" was used initially by the Zan- ...
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Geology   (translated from Portuguese)
Geology Geology, of Greek - (GE -, "the Land") and????? (logos ... 1779 in more concise way. The term geology it is also the used term to ... selenologia (studies of Lua ), areologia (of Marte ). Geology alone studies the Land from the moment ... rock if finds in less superficial levels. Geology becomes related directly with other sciences, ...
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Flood geology
Flood geology Part of the series on Creationism History ... education Associated articles Teach the Controversy Flood geology (also creation geology or diluvial geology) is a creationist perspective on geologic phenomena ... are not accepted within the science of geology. Thus flood geology is considered to ...
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Vein (geology)
Vein (geology) In geology, a vein is a finite volume within ... some veins. However, it is rare in geology for significant open space to remain open ... the order of millimetres or micrometres. Mineral deposition thusoccurs relatively quickly by geological standards. Veins ... reopening of the vein fracture and progressive deposition of minerals on the growth surface. ...
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Historical geology
Historical geology Historical geology is the use of the principles of geology to reconstruct and understand the history of ... subsurface; and the use of stratigraphy, structural geology and paleontology to tell the sequence of ... versus relative ages of geologic history. Economic geology, the search for and extraction of ...
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