Definition of geoscience in English:

geoscience

Syllabification: ge·o·sci·ence
Pronunciation: /ˌjēōˈsīəns, ˈjēōˌsīəns
 
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noun

(also geosciences)
Earth sciences, especially geology.
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  • A regional approach to public geoscience will reflect our geology, and will encourage sharing of expertise among geological surveys, universities, and industry.
  • Concern was expressed that this needed regional geoscience is lacking over most of Canada, while geological survey activity is being curtailed.
  • A degree in geoscience provides an ideal background for a science journalist.

Derivatives

geoscientist

Pronunciation: /ˌjēōˈsīəntist, ˈjēōˌsīəntist/
noun
More example sentences
  • As with fold geometry and origin, the final appearance of a geological feature offers geoscientists many opportunities to leap to conclusions about its formation.
  • AGI is a non-profit federation of 40 geoscience professional associations representing over 100,000 geoscientists in the United States.
  • Sustainable development and climate change are now dominant themes, and geoscientists have attempted to respond with multidisciplinary solutions such as earth system science.

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