The Environmental Geoscience


The environment is crucial to the continued existence of life on Earth. A foundation of the biosphere, which governs the wellbeing of the whole planet earth, an ecosystem is defined as all living and non-living entities existing in the environment. Geoscience is the study of the whole Earth and the processes and forces that create and change it. It encompasses geology, geophysics, hydrogeology, mineral engineering, among many other subjects, Geoscience is at the forefront of tackling difficult issues that will have an influence on our future, such as climate change, natural resource usage, environmental degradation, and energy sustainability. Geoscience studies items that are of the highest significance. such as minerals and fossils. The scientific study of the connections between environmental factors, human activities, and Earth processes is known as environmental geoscience. Environmental geoscientists examine how the geosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere have been changed by geological processes over the course of geologic time and look into the effects of human activity on these systems. The information in this book is structured such that even a reader with little background knowledge may read it and learn a great deal about environmental geoscience.
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Dr. Alaguraja Palanichamy, Dr. Yuvaraj Dhandapani, Ms. V.Vijayalakshmi, Dr. S.Kanchana

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