Over the last 2.5 million years, during the geological epoch known as the Pleistocene, no other force on Earth has shaped and reshaped the landscapeRead more
Geomorphology is the study of landscape features and the physical processes that give rise to them.
Igneous Rocks Rocks, like all materials on Earth, are part of a cycle in which they form, break down, and are eventually recycled. The rockRead more
The Water Cycle: An Overview Earth is sometimes referred to as the Blue Planet. Seen from space, our planet is a most striking blue colorRead more