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The physics of the earth itself, including such topics like meteorology, seismology and tornadoes


  • Extraterrestrial phenomena
  • Geophysical measurement techniques - methods for obtaining quantitative data about geophysical phenomena, including transient electromagnetics and magnetotellurics
  • Geophysical measurements - measurements of geophysical factors
  • Geophysics computing - high-speed computations that help analyze aspects of the geophysical data, using techniques such as 3D modeling
  • Meteorological factors - aspects of the climate that effect the weather or the creation of new climatological formations
  • Meteorology - the scientific study of the atmosphere
  • Moisture - the amount of water in a given object or environment
  • Seismology - the scientific study of earthquakes and the propagation of elastic waves through the Earth
  • Surface waves - a mechanical wave that propagates along the interface between two different medias
  • Tornadoes - a violent rotating storm that is in contact with both a cloud and the ground
  • Tsunami - a series of large water waves caused by the displacement of a large body of water
  • Well logging - the making of a detailed log concerning the geologic formations penetrated by a borehole


This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.