What makes the Earth unique? Where does it fit in the Solar System and, ultimately, the universe? Take a look inside the Earth and find out what it is made from and how it is structured. Look at the processes that shape the Earth.
Why the earth is different from the other planets in our Solar System.
A large-scale process that transfers heat, water and magmas.
Igneous rocks are formed by solidification from a molten state.
An important part of our economy and industry.
Information on the universe and the solar system.
Discover how caves are formed.
Sediments are formed by the breakdown of pre-existing rocks.
Pre-existing rocks that have been changed by processes within the Earth.
A look at the geological rock record.
Not just destructive, volcanoes create material for rocks and landforms.
Learn more about these solid pieces of extraterrestrial debris
A world in motion
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