Earth Sciences & Geology

Hill vs Mountain

Hill vs Mountain
There is also no universal definition between the two. A lot of countries differentiate using the height, with any land form that exceeds 2,000 feet is considered a mountain and below 2,000 feet is considered...

Fossil vs Bone

Fossil vs Bone
Bones are an intricate part of the body. Most creatures have bones in their body, and all animals definitely have bones. Bones make up the skeletal system of the body, which serves a variety of functions. A...

Barometric Pressure vs Atmospheric Pressure

Barometric Pressure vs Atmospheric Pressure
Atmospheric pressure is a force in an area pushed against a surface by the weight of air in Earth's atmosphere. A barometer measures Barometric Pressure, which in most common instances is synonymous with...

Lake vs Pond

Lake vs Pond
There is no actual universally standardized technical distinction between the lakes and ponds. Many scientists classify them just on the basis on size.

Different Types of Rocks

Different Types of Rocks
Rock is a solid material composed of grains of minerals. There are many different types of rocks. However, broadly they are divided into three categories – Igneous rocks, sedimentary rocks and metamorphic...

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