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Key Points of Geoscience Research and Its Future Development Trend

Yuxi Liu


In recent years, with the development of economy and the progress of society, the people’s thinking consciousness level has been continuously improved, thus effectively promoting the development and deepening of earth science research work. Researchers say that as one of the important basic disciplines, the number of disciplines involved in earth science is relatively complex, and among them, the contents studied by a large number of disciplines are closely related to human survival. Therefore, it is of great significance and value for the improvement and optimization of the earth’s ecological environment to effectively promote the rational implementation and deepening of the earth’s scientific research. In this study, by sorting out and analyzing a large number of data of geoscience research work at home and abroad, the researchers made an in-depth analysis and exploration of the key points of geoscience research work at home and abroad and the future development trend of geoscience research work, aiming at pointing out the direction for the development of geoscience research work in China, thus laying a good foundation and guarantee for improving and optimizing the comprehensive quality of geoscience research work.


Earth Science; Research Status; Key Points of Scientific Research; Development Trend; Practical Significance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ag.v4i1.3065