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Learn about the layers of the Earth and discover how people explore the Earth’s crust.
The surface of the Earth is constantly moving, and earthquakes and volcanoes occur, because of plate tectonics.
Drilling into Earth’s Interior is no easy task. The Kola Superdeep Borehole is one of the projects that tried to do it.
The water in the oceans has travelled vast distances. It has even time spent deep below the surface of the Earth, trapped inside the mineral ringwoodite.
Using the heat of the Earth’s interior, you can heat your home with a ground source heat pump. This kind of heating is cheaper and better for the environment!
Earth is covered in rocks. So are Mercury, Venus, Mars and the Moon. Does that mean the rocky planets are all the same?
Learn how geologists used radioactive dating to uncover geology shared by both Canada and Australia.