Geologists [noun]

Definition of Geologists:

geology enthusiast

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Sentence/Example of Geologists:

Schwarze believes that “every aspect of science has a home in what we do as geologists and geophysicists.”

We do not yet understand everything we have seen, but geologists will be poring over this data for years to come, using it to tease out clues to the history of the Martian environment at this location.

Many others, particularly geologists, were unimpressed, hostile, even horrified.

Cruelly, the first was a geologist who flew on Apollo 17, only to arrive on the moon and realize he was allergic to the very thing he studied.

It allowed Darwin to propose his theory of evolution, geologists to carbon-date the true age of Earth, and physicists to simulate the expansion of the universe.

These conversations are more down-to-earth, conducted as Jones hikes, snowboards, and hunts with geologists, guides, and others who aren’t convinced that climate change is an urgent issue, or at least one worth voting for.

He is a marine geologist who works at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany.

Their findings provide new insight into how carbon dioxide is being stored on the seabed and could help geologists and environmentalists in projecting climate change.

But how does our infidel geologist set about his work of proving that the earth has any given age, say a thousand million years?

Thus in the Laurentian Lakes above Ontario the geologist finds evidence that the drainage lines have again and again been changed.