geological

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  • However, its distribution has changed greatly over geological time because of climate change.
  • The area on which the city is constructed may be divided in two different geological areas.
  • However, no geological ridge in the river has ever been located directly beneath the castle.
  • As a result, it has become less popular with many groups in the geological sciences.
  • At the age of twenty-one he joined the Geological Society of London.
  • First, the stone must be unlike the rock found in its geological vicinity.
  • The site runs along the coast and is of both biological and geological interest.
  • There is a distinct geological difference between the north and the south of the county.
  • The majority of geological data comes from research on solid Earth materials.
  • Deep geological burial remains the only responsible way to deal with high-level nuclear waste.
  • The specific geological structure has been of big importance.
  • The geological formations around the area take their name from the town.
  • The eastern section of the southern border line, however, does not overlap with any geological feature.
  • The geological history of the earth is divided into ice ages, based on temperature and climate.
  • The city's development over the whole territory of the formation, geological structure is complicated.
  • This was to be the first meeting of the Geological Society of London.
  • However, soil is the result of evolution from more ancient geological materials.
  • No single model of the island's geological evolution can therefore be ascertained.
  • The story is about a geological expedition in the north of Norway, where the sun never goes under.
  • He was one of the original members of The Geological Society.
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Meaning of geological

  • adjective Of or relating to or based on geology
    geological formations, geologic forces