The study of the chemical composition of, and of actual or possible chemical changes in, the crust of the earth.
geological chemistry. The study of materials and chemical reactions in rocks, minerals, magma, seawater, and soil.
The study of the distribution and amounts of the chemical elements in minerals and rocks. Geochemistry concerns how these elements circulate in nature on the basis of the properties of their atoms and ions.
the study of the chemical elements, their isotopes, and related processes with respect to the abundance and distribution of materials within the Earth's waters, crust, and atmosphere
The study of the chemical components of the earth's crust and mantle. Geochemistry is applied to mining exploration to detect sites that indicate abnormal concentrations either of the elements being sought or of their more readily detected associate elements. Depending on circumstance, geochemical exploration samples soils, rock and lake and stream sediments.
Study of the distribution of chemical elements in rocks, minerals, water and the atmosphere.
The study of the composition and distribution of the Earth's elements.
Study of chemistry in regarding how it pertains to earth processes and geologic media.
The study of the chemical composition of the earth's crust and the changes which takes place within it.
the chemistry of the earth's crust
The science that deals with chemical changes in and composition of the earth's crust.
A branch of geology that focuses on the chemical composition of Earth materials.
The study of the chemical properties of rocks.
the study of the crust of the earth, its chemical composition, and the chemical changes that occur within it
the study of the elements, isotopes, and mineralogy of an object
Earth science section dealing to studies of abundance and repartition of chemical elements in rocks of the Earth crust.
The study of the chemical composition of the earth and the physical and chemical processes responsible for it.
the science dealing with the chemical composition and character of the earth, or of other planets or planet-like celestial bodies; geochemical composition or characteristics. [AHDOS
The field of geochemistry involves study of the chemical composition of the Earth and other planets, chemical processes and reactions that govern the composition of rocks and soils, and the cycles of matter and energy that transport the Earth's chemical components in time and space, and their interaction with the hydrosphere and the atmosphere.