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questions relating to the arrangement of atoms in solids, such as the ways in which crystal structure influence material properties, or suitable analytical methods e.g. X-ray diffraction and microscop…
A solid material whose constituents, such as atoms, molecules or ions, are arranged in a highly ordered microscopic structure, forming a crystal lattice that extends in all directions.
Questions that intersects astronomy with Earth Sciences. For pure astronomy please refer to the Astronomy Stack Exchange.
Questions of[petroleum] origin, [history] , & methods of production. Examples of [formations] /deposits this is to include [mapping] . Application i:e development of petroleum based prod…
Questions relating to natural events such as severe weather events or seismic events that can result in the loss of life and/or significant or large scale destruction of natural or human environments.
a major component of the Earth's hydrocycle and biosphere. It has significant impacts on the atmosphere and climate.
a major issue these days and we can prevent the side-effects by checking the Air Quality in the surroundings and take some preventive measures.
Intervention in Earth’s systems, especially climate, with the aim to mitigate the human impact.
Questions about glaciations, glacial periods or ice ages. Including the evidence of their existence, the conditions during such periods and the causes.
[ice-sheets] concerns questions on the large present and past continental scale ice sheets, such as Antarctica, Greenland, the Laurentide, Fennoscandian and Alpine ice sheets.
a series of waves that occur right after the displacement of a large amount of water. Use this tag for questions about tsunamis, why they happen, and how they occur.
Applied to questions about the use of instruments in earth sciences.
Questions regarding the state and functioning of soil, its interaction with the biota, hydrosphere and atmosphere