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  • Have you ever wondered why some English place names have a strange sounding name? This article will answer why these names have come into use and why they have remained intact into the modern age.

    The Origins of English Place Names

    The Origins of English Place Names

    by Andrew Stewart4

  • Lapidary jokes, fossicking jokes, prospecting jokes, rockhound jokes, geology jokes and many more funny jokes, puns and short tales for lapidarians, rockhounds and jewellery enthusiasts.

    Lapidary Jokes for the Discerning Rockhound

    Lapidary Jokes for the Discerning Rockhound

    by Suzanne Day15

  • Where are the world's supervolcanoes? The Western United States, Italy, New Zealand, and Asia all contain volcanoes capable of catastrophic eruptions.

    Supervolcanoes Around the World

    Supervolcanoes Around the World

    by Leah Lefler59

  • Overuse of our groundwater resources has resulted in an ever prevalent problem of Earth fissures. As a property owner or potential buyer of land, there are several things you need to know about these large cracks in the ground in order for you to make an informed decision.

    Geologic Hazards: What You Need to Know About Earth Fissures

    Geologic Hazards: What You Need to Know About Earth Fissures

    by CWanamaker2

  • This hub is solely written bearing in mind helping school kids with their assignments. I have written down briefly with illustrations where possible, what mountains are, how they are formed, the types of mountains and how you identify the different types of mountains. I hope you enjoy reading this, and it helps you with your requirements.

    Types and How Mountains are Formed – For kids

    Types and How Mountains are Formed – For kids

    by livingsta220

  • The ocean hides its beast well. And one such behemoth are the guyots. So what are they and what do they mean to science?

    Guyot, the Mountain Under the Sea

    Guyot, the Mountain Under the Sea

    by Dean Traylor3

  • Ring of Fire is a common expression applied to a geographical area bordering the Pacific Ocean. Within this "Ring of Fire" earthquakes and volcanoes are more common than any other place on the planet.

    A Few Facts About the Ring of Fire

    A Few Facts About the Ring of Fire

    by Harry Nielsen2

  • This article looks at ten sandy beaches of extraordinary colour, what they are composed of and how they are formed, with illustrations of all ten

    10 Beaches of Unusual Colour

    10 Beaches of Unusual Colour

    by Greensleeves Hubs16

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