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17. The five major areas of the study of Earth science are A. astronomy, meteorology, geology, oceanography, and optometry. B. astronomy, meteorology, geology, oceanography, and environmental science. C. biology, physical science, chemistry, physics, and optometry. D. chemistry, geology, oceanography, optometry, and philosophy.
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The five major areas of the study of Earth science are : astronomy, meteorology, geology, oceanography, and environmental science.
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