The field of geology focuses on the dynamic structure of the Earth and the rocks and minerals that compose it. Use Wolfram|Alpha to learn about the different geological layers from the inner core to the crust. Find out about geologic events and features, such as earthquakes, volcanoes and impact craters. Get properties of thousands of minerals. Investigate geochronology.
Examine the density, pressure, bulk and rigidity moduli of the different geological layers.
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Examine properties of volcanoes, including their heights, locations and details on their eruptions.
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Discover time frames and other information about geochronology.
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Search for earthquakes, both recent and past, by time and location. Get information on their properties, such as magnitude and date.
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Investigate the properties of minerals, such as hardness, density and transparency, among many others.
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Get information on the locations, maps and sizes of impact craters on Earth.