Environmental geology is a type of science that focuses on solving environmental problems. Environmental geology includes studying the Earth with geomorphology and dealing with industrial and domestic waste disposal. This is to lower the effects of pollution. It is also for managing natural resources such as fossil fuels, minerals and water.
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