Definition of areological in English:


Pronunciation /ˌe(ə)rēəˈläjikəl/


See areology

‘This morning we heard about the geological (areological?) history of Mars, especially as it was influenced by the presence of water.’
  • ‘On a global scale, we study the areological history of Mars, its ice and climate and the inner structure of the Moon.’
  • ‘That theory has now been questioned by both areological finds and DNA evidence.’
  • ‘Bear's Mars is one of the most vividly realized of the recent body of areological novels… He has the gift of implying a whole background with high-resolution but subtly-signaled background details.’
  • ‘Chemical, visible, and geological (areological?) evidence collected by the Spirit and Opportunity rovers tell us that both landing sites were once wet.’