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Paleoclimatology concerns climate and climate variability before the onset of instrumented measurements.
concerns the landforms and exogenous processes of the surface of the Earth or other solid surface planets.
Questions regarding large land masses that reach high above the surrounding terrain, usually forming a peak.
the introduction of particulates, biological molecules, or other harmful materials into Earth's atmosphere, causing diseases, allergies, death to humans, damage to other living organi…
the scientific study of past life. Questions about the biological aspect of paleontology (such as taxonomy and anatomy) are off-topic here and should be asked on b…
the study of terms and their use. Terms are words and compound words that in specific contexts are given specific meanings, meanings that may deviate from the meaning the same words hav…
part of your high school or college/university homework, please use this tag. Do not use this as the only tag on a question. It signifies that instead of a direct answer, care shou…
In contrast to the short-term variable weather, climate describes the mean conditions of atmosphere. Thus it is the statistic of weather (mean values, extrema, etc.). Often a 30-year period is conside…
the application of field geology, petrology, geochemistry, geochronology, geophysics, remote-sensing, modeling and multidisciplinary studies to explains the evolution, structure, and defo…
For questions about the Earth's core. The center of the Earth is primarily iron-nickel.
The level of water vapor in the atmosphere. Use this tag for questions about either relative or specific humidity.
Questions that concern the health and safety of people, the environment, and ecosystems. Topics can include natural resource and energy efficiency, environmental protection and/or remediation, and env…
The process of translating spatially organized knowledge of an area or place into a geographic medium. Can include the production of physical/paper maps and atlases, geocoded data, or interactive virt…