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LANDFORMS AROUND THE WORLD


Landforms are result of combined work of erosion and deposition. Running water, ground water, wind, glaciers, waves remove fragments of soil, regolith, and bedrock from the parent rock mass. Deposition is the process of dumping this material elsewhere. Read More…

News for 27 May, 2020


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News for 25 May, 2020


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News for 24 May, 2020


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Rocks: Classifications, Rock Cycle and Geological Time Scale


Rocks are naturally occurring solid mass, aggregate of minerals that form the Earth’s crust.

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News for 22 May, 2020


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VOLCANISM – Components, Types and Global Pattern of Volcanoes


Volcanism refers to the eruption of magma and magmatic materials (lava, gas, steam, ash etc.) onto the surface through a break or vent. Along with lava, pyroclastics and volcanic gases also erupt. The source of the magma is mantle. Sometimes, magma doesn’t come to the surface and stuck to the crust.

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News for 21 May, 2020


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