One versed in the science of geology.
A scientist who studies rocks and minerals, the process that form rocks, minerals, and landscapes, and the history of the earth and other planets.
a person who specializes in the geological sciences.
A scientist who studies rocks, including how and when they were formed, the minerals they contain, and how they have changed through time.
a scientist who gathers and interprets data pertaining to the rocks of the earth's crust.
A person who is trained in and works in any of the geological sciences.
A person who studies Earth's origin, history and structure.
a scientist that studies the earth - its origin, history, and structure
a scientist who studies how the Earth was made and what the earth is made of
a scientist who studies rocks by making careful observations
Someone who studies the world beneath your feet; a geologist seeks to learn more about the scientific origin, history and structure of the Earth.
A person trained in the study of the earth's crust. A petroleum geologist, in contrast to a hard-rock geologist, is primarily concerned with sedimentary rocks where most of the world's oil and gas has been found.
people who study the earth, how it was formed and how it changes
a scientist who studies the structure of the earth and its rocks
a scientist who studies the origin, history, and structure of Earth.
Someone who studies the constitution, structure, and history of the earth's crust, conducting research into the formation and dissolution of rock layers, analyzing fossil and mineral content of layers, and endeavoring to fix historical sequence of development by relating characteristics to known geological influences (historical geology).
a scientist who studies geology
A scientist skilled in studying earth materials and history.
Scientist whose duties consist of obtaining and interpreting data dealing with the earth's history and its life, especially as recorded in rocks.
a person who studies the earth and rock formations
A person who studies the history of the earth and its life, especially as recorded in rocks.
a scientist who studies Earth's origin, history, structure, composition, and processes
a scientist who studies the physical nature and history of the earth
A scientist who deals with the physical nature, composition and historic development of the earth
A geologist is a contributor to the science of geology, studying the physical structure and processes of the Earth and planets of the solar system (see planetary geology).