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UN Sustainable Development Goals
Geology is an earth science concerned with the solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the processes by which they change over time. Geology can also include the study of the solid features of any terrestrial planet or natural satellite such as Mars or the Moon. Modern geology significantly overlaps all other earth sciences, including hydrology and the atmospheric sciences, and so is treated as one major aspect of integrated earth system science and planetary science.
Organizations relating to Geology
Environment Northern Seas Foundation / Est. 1992
Sandra Ann Morsilli Pacific-Basin Capital Markets Research Center / Est. 1989
Athletic Confederation of the Central American Isthmus
ReefGuardian International / Est. 1989
Clay Pipe Collectors Circle International
Regional Committee of United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management for Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1995
ESF Network on Quaternary Mammalian Faunas / Est. 1991
Nordic Society for Clay Research / Est. 2014
Mountain Wilderness / Est. 1987
Pacific Basin Cooperation Study / Est. 1978
International Secretariat for Sedimentary Petrology / Est. 1948
Andean Mountain Association / Est. 2001
International Pipe Line and Offshore Contractors Association / Est. 1966
Commission for the Geological Map of the World / Est. 1881
Eastern African Action Plan / Est. 1985
International Humic Substances Society / Est. 1981
International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies
International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association / Est. 1993
Straits Commission / Est. 1924
African Highland Initiative Eco-regional Programme / Est. 1995
Pacific Basin Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Hawaii / Est. 1984
International Association for Earth Science Conservation
Convention Relating to the Regime of the Straits / Est. 1923
International Mountain Laboratory
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