EarthHow.com treads gently into the physical Earth. Not only do we explain how the Earth works, but we do so with beautiful diagrams, concept art and infographic renderings.
Let’s appreciate Earth for its complexities. Our Earth has stumped the greatest scientists for centuries. To this day, a lot facts about Earth remain unsolved. For example, Earth science textbooks are constantly being updated with the latest research and findings.
It’s an incredible time to be alive. Sit back and ponder how Earth’s intricacies have come into existence. How will it look like 100 years from now? Or how did it look like millions of years in the past?
We are a team of Earth scientists from North America. We provide information in the following areas:
- ASTRONOMY: This all-encompassing term studies everything outside of Earth and how it relates to our existence. If you look outside our planet, you can discover the differences and similarities between celestial bodies in our solar system.
- GEOLOGY: How Earth’s land forms were created, have changed over time and how they will evolve. In addition, we study the events in our geologic history and how we’ve gotten to where we are today.
- BIOLOGY: From individual atoms to the entire biosphere, biology studies time, disease, ecosystems and even extraterrestrials at different scales.
- METEOROLOGY: Weather and climate is all around us. It affects our work and play. For example, disasters related to weather cause hundreds of thousands of deaths each year and billions of dollars in damage per year.
- OCEANOGRAPHY: Oceans cover 70% of Earth’s surface. Oceanography studies everything from the water cycle, sustainable fisheries, climate change economic growth and the environment.
On top of Earth Science, we provide valuable insights to careers in environmental science. For example, which careers are the highest earners? And which branches of Earth Science is hiring the most?
We are always here to help in whatever way we can. If you have any question, please visit our contact page and let us know what’s on your mind.