from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The scientific study of volcanoes and volcanic phenomena.
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- n. The study of volcanoes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The scientific study of volcanic phenomena. Also vulcanology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the branch of geology that studies volcanoes
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Between yet even more work, he wants to hit the golf links more often, and when he finishes his next book, Help Yourself For Teens, he'd like to get a degree in volcanology, learn to play the piano, and after that, who knows?
Contains mixture of animation, graphics, historic and present-day footage to explain Hawaiian volcanology (25 minutes).
Magma Cum Laude is written by Jessica, a soon-to-be graduate student in volcanology.
IVHHN consists of experts and correspondents working in diverse scientific disciplines, such as volcanology, epideminology, toxicology, public health and physical chemistry.
And oddly some scientific fields such as volcanology and glaciology, will benifit from much lower cost systems for a given level of accuracy.
"Damage is possible in areas hit by at least intensity 5 and if the buildings are structurally weak," said Renato Solidum, head of the volcanology and seismology institute.
Through combinations of freshly shot documentary film, archival volcanology footage and crystalline abstract animation, their installations reveal a back-of-beyond world lying, as they put it, somewhere "between science fiction and science fact".
The volcanology institute in Catania, eastern Sicily, said Thursday that a two-hour eruption overnight sent a little stream of lava down the eastern slope of the mountain.
Next, my Columbia Encyclopedia gave me a short course in volcanology and a brief history of Iceland, too.
"It happened so fast," said Surono, the director of the volcanology and mitigation agency.