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EARTHQUAKES

Earthquakes
Earthquakes are serious natural hazards that affect people across the globe, sometimes at long distances from where the quakes occur. They are especially dangerous because seismologists, the scientists who study earthquakes, cannot predict them in time for evacuations or other precautions.

VOLCANOLOGY

Volcanology

Volcanoes are among the most dangerous places on earth. Come on an incredible journey that takes you up close to these fiery peaks, where you will discover all you could want to know about their spectacular and often devastating eruptions.

REMOTE SENSING

Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon without making physical contact with the object, in contrast to in situ or on-site observation. The term is applied especially to acquiring information about the earth and other planets. Remote sensing is used in numerous fields, including geography, land surveying and most earth science disciplines (for example, meteorology, hydrology, ecology, oceanography, glaciology, geology); it also has military, intelligence, commercial, economic, planning, and humanitarian applications, among others.

OCEANOGRAPHY

Oceanography
Is the study of the physical, chemical, and biological features of the ocean, including the ocean’s ancient history, its current condition, and its future. … It is the study of the ocean’s plants and animals and their interactions with the marine environment.

GEODESY

geodesy
Geodesy is the science of accurately measuring and understanding the earth’s geometric shape, orientation in space, and gravity field. … To measure points on the earth’s surface, geodesists assign coordinates (similar to a unique address) to points all over the earth.

GLACIAL GEOLOGY

Glacial Geology
Glacial geology is that branch of geology (study of the earth) which deals with erosion and deposition by glaciers. Inasmuch as glaciers are very slowly creeping streams of massive ice.