Earth Sciences degrees

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Studying about Earth Sciences

With an Earth Sciences degree you will learn about the processes involved the earth's formation. It's structure and development over time is made up of many elements such as the ocean, rocks and minerals and other conservation projects. You might choose to study geology, oceanography or geography within the realm of Earth Sciences and they would all give you great insight into how our planet works an supports us as humans. Once you have gained a vast amount of knowledge, you may go onto cartography, mudlogging, town planning or hydrogeology on completion of an Earth Sciences degree.

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