Environmental Geology

Environmental Geology is a sensible application regarding the principles of geology in the solving of environmental problems. it's a multidisciplinary field that's closely associated with engineering geology and, to a lesser extent, to environmental geography.

Each of these fields involves the study of the interaction of humans with the geologic environment, including the biosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and to some extent the atmosphere. Environmental geologists must have a solid understanding of not only currently occurring geologic events but historical geologic events, like past earthquakes and floods. this data of the past is vital because it helps them to urge a far better idea of what sorts of geologic events repeat themselves, with what frequency they could occur, and what sorts of damage occurred due to those events. this is often different than what a paleontologist (someone who studies fossils) would do because environmental geologists are concerned with how the past is concerning this.

Environmental geology may be a fundamentally important branch of science because it directly impacts every single person on the earth every single day. there's simply no thanks to avoiding the environment around you.


  • Geological consideration of dams
  • Geologic materials
  • Estimating increased pollution of the environmental system

Related Conference of Environmental Geology

June 07-08, 2021

2rd Global Summit on Earth Science and Climate Change

Prague, Czech Republic

Environmental Geology Conference Speakers