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  • Biostratigraphy [r]: A domain of stratigraphy that involves the identification of fossils and their position relative to their occurrences in space and time. [e]
  • Chronostratigraphy [r]: The branch of stratigraphy that studies the relative time relations and ages of rock bodies. [e]
  • Civil engineering [r]: A broad field of engineering dealing with the design, construction, and maintenance of fixed structures, including roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and water supply and sewage systems. [e]
  • Climate [r]: The overall weather pattern for an extended period for any defined geographical location which may be over any size of area up to and including the entire Earth. [e]
  • Earth science [r]: The study of the components and processes of the planet Earth. [e]
  • Geochronology [r]: Science of determining the absolute age of rocks, fossils, and sediments, within a certain degree of uncertainty inherent within the method used. [e]
  • Geochronometry [r]: A branch of stratigraphy and of geochronology aimed at the quantitative measurement of geologic time. [e]
  • Geographic Information System [r]: Combined database and mapping system for the capture, storage, and manipulation of geographic data. [e]
  • Geography [r]: Study of the surface of the Earth and the activities of humanity upon it. [e]
  • Geologic ages of earth history [r]: Measurement of the geologic history of the earth which can be broadly classified into two periods: the Precambrian supereon and the Phanerozoic eon. [e]
  • Geomorphology [r]: The study of the landforms and geological history of an area, the processes that have shaped the landscape, and the time period over which these processes occur. [e]
  • Geophysics [r]: The study of the Earth by quantitative physical methods, namely seismic, magnetic, electrical, electromagnetic, thermal and radioactivity methods. [e]
  • Landscape ecology [r]: Science of studying and improving the relationship between spatial pattern and ecological processes on a multitude of landscape scales and organizational levels. [e]
  • Lithostratigraphy [r]: Stratigraphy based on the interpretation of physical and petrographic properties of rocks. [e]
  • Magnetostratigraphy [r]: Studies of the magnetic characteristics of rocks. [e]
  • Palynology [r]: The science of the study of contemporary and fossil palynomorphs as well as associated particulate organic matter (POM) in sedimentary strata. [e]
  • Stage (geology) [r]: A unit in the study of soil layers. [e]
  • Stratigraphy [r]: The interdisciplinary science field that describes all rock bodies that form the Earth's crust and the manner in which they are organised into distinctive units that are then mapped. [e]
  • Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute [r]: A Swedish governmental meteorological and hydrological institute. [e]
  • Water [r]: A chemical compound with one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms (H20). It is often in a liquid form and makes up the bulk of the oceans, lakes, rivers and living organisms. [e]