earth science

IPA: ˈɝθsˈaɪʌns

noun

  • Any of the sciences dealing with the planet Earth, such as geology and meteorology.
  • the science that studies the planet Earth and its structures.

Examples of "earth-science" in Sentences

  • It makes us wish we'd been better earth-science students.
  • The earth-science division at NASA Ames Center, where Dr. Freund also works on his projects, agrees.
  • It isn't just evolution at issue: The board also approved an earth-science curriculum that challenges the widely accepted Big Bang Theory.
  • In one of the industry-funded studies, the Rock Island-Milan school district in Illinois exposed two groups of sixth-grade students to a ninth-grade-level earth-science lesson.
  • When sixth-grade science teacher Pat Farrell assigns an earth-science lab on measuring crystals, the girls collect their materials ... read the directions and follow the sequence from beginning to end.
  • These days, when sixth-grade science teacher Pat Farrell assigns an earth-science lab on measuring crystals, the girls collect their materials -- a Bunsen burner, a beaker of phenyl salicylate and a spoon.
  • GSA should actively engage and collaborate with other earth-science organizations in recommending and formulating national and international strategies to address impending impacts of anthropogenic climate change.
  • In the earth-science curriculum, conservatives weakened language concerning “the concept of an expanding universe” to address instead “current theories of the evolution of the universe including estimates for the age of the universe.”

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