Geology is the study of the Earth itself. But contrary to popular belief, geologists don’t just look at rocks all day. Of course rocks are important to study, but geologists also study earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciers, and the structure of the Earth from the crust all the way to the core. What kinds of techniques do they use, and what have they discovered? Let’s find out together in this geology series!
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