Geologic

  • (adj): Of or relating to or based on geology.
    Example: "Geologic forces"
    Synonyms: geological

Some articles on geologic:

System (stratigraphy)
... A system in the natural sciences and stratigraphy is an idealized composite unit of the geologic record made up of a succession of rock layers that ... The system is thus a unit of the geologic record or rock column, pieced together using the Law of Superposition and mapped to its corresponding period— the associated continuous ... in many locations may be interrupted and incomplete as geologic forces alternately uplift or depress a region, bend the landscape and so expose a terrain feature once accumulating rock to weathering and ...
Geologic Record - Correlating The Rock Record
... such as ages, epochs, or in some cases even multiple major geologic periods—for the particular geographic region or regions ... The geologic record is in no one place entirely complete for where geologic forces one age provide a low lying region accumulating deposits much like a layer cake, in the next may have uplifted the region ... This is to say that in a given location, the geologic record can be and is quite often interrupted as the ancient local environment was converted by geological forces into new landforms and features ...
Seismic Refraction
... The seismic refraction method utilizes the refraction of seismic waves on geologic layers and rock/soil units in order to characterize the subsurface ...
Geology Of Alabama
... The geology of Alabama is marked by abundant geologic resources and a variety of geologic structures from folded mountains in the north to sandy beaches along ... Alabama spans three continental geologic provinces as defined by the United States Geological Survey, the Atlantic Plain, Appalachian Highlands, and Interior Plains ...
Geologic Calendar
... The Geologic Calendar is a scale in which the lifetime of the earth is mapped onto a calendrical year that is to say, the day one of the earth took place on a geologic January 1 at ... A Geologic Calendar is a time scale that covers the Earth's entire geologic history from its origin to the present ... Before the growth of a geologic time scale in the 19th century, natural historians recognized that the Earth had a lengthy history ...