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The branches of earth science

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patrick watts

on 24 September 2010

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Earth science consists of: Geology Meteorology Astronomy Marine Biologist Forest Ranger Oceanographers usally study only oceans, while marine biologist are more devoted to sea creatures living in all kinds of water. Forest rangers protect are national parks so that are children will be able to enjoy them just like us. Geology is finding physical matter. Geology dates back to ancient Greece when Theophrastus wrote the work Pero Lithon (on rocks). The word geology was first used by Jean-Andre Deluc in 1778. Astronomy is the study of planets. Astronomy begun with the ancient Greek philosopher Democritus. Meteorology is the study of being able to estimate the
short term forcast, and incoming dangerous weather situations. Meteorologists were first able to start predicting weather in
the ninteenth century, after the development of the computer. Oceanography is a type of earth science that is also
known as oceanology and marine science. Oceanology includes many topics such as ocean currents, plate tectonics, geology of the sea floor,
marine organisms, and the ecosystem. Hubble Space Telescope The Hubble Space Telescope costs 94 million dollars to construct. After it is built it costs a total of 1.5 billion dollars to be put into space. The purpose of the Hubble was to better understand the nature of the universe how it develops and grows and to better measure the distances between stars. technologies of earth science volcanology A volcanologist is a person that studies the formation of volcanoes. Volcanologists will visit active volcanoes on a frequent occasion to pick up ash and lava samples to help them make a accurate prediction on the eruption. Seismographs By.Patrick watts Brian jesty end Will joyce
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