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Geoscience is the term used for the study of the science of the earth. Geoscience can cover a wide range of geological research concerning natural hazards, climatology, mineralogy, soil science, geological oceanography, glaciology, and more.

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Welcome to the Geosciences Guide

Geoscience is the term used for the study of the science of the earth. Geoscience can cover a wide range of geological research concerning natural hazards, climatology, mineralogy, soil science, geological oceanography, glaciology, and more. This guide will direct you to many helpful resources concerning the study of the geosciences via a number of reference books, online articles, trusted web resources, and much more.

Each yellow tab located above will help you to locate different resources available at the Carothers Library. Each tab is separated by in-print reference sources, online articles and databases and helpful website links.

Helpful subject headings to search for information on the geosciences in the catalog are:

  • Earth Sciences
  • Geology
  • Mineralogy
  • Sediments Geology
  • Glaciology
  • Oceanography
  • Climatology

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About This Guide

This guide was originally created by Anthony Loffredio 7/2012.

Revised by Alexa Roy 10/12

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.